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Photo: Fish release at Nicomekl

Simon Fraser University student Madeline Millsip carefully transfers a net of Chinook salmon fry into waiting buckets, on their way to be released into the Nicomekl River watershed at the Nicomekl Enhancement Society’s annual open house and fish release Saturday (April 26). Millsip is the founder of YoutHatch, a group that aims to boost student and youth involvement at the hatchery, which is located on 232 Street near 52 Avenue.  - Alyssa O’DELL/Langley Times
Simon Fraser University student Madeline Millsip carefully transfers a net of Chinook salmon fry into waiting buckets, on their way to be released into the Nicomekl River watershed at the Nicomekl Enhancement Society’s annual open house and fish release Saturday (April 26). Millsip is the founder of YoutHatch, a group that aims to boost student and youth involvement at the hatchery, which is located on 232 Street near 52 Avenue.
— image credit: Alyssa O’DELL/Langley Times
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