By Mina Kerr-Lazenby Local Journalism Initiative Reporter A lengthy restoration project carried out by the Tsleil-Waututh Nation to protect the Burrard Inlet has come to completion, marking the start of a brighter future for the area’s fish and sea creature population. Four years ago, in collaboration with the SeaChange Marine Conservation, the Nation embarked on an ambitious plan that included multiple projects, including the restoration of eelgrass, the restoration of native plants along the coastline, and the removal of waste and marine debris from local waters. “We’ve been working on a variety of different things, from restoration projects to habitat mapping,” said Lindsey Ogston, manager for the Nation’s Treaty, Land and Resources Environmental Program. Ogston said the eelgrass beds that lie in front of the Tsleil-Waututh reserve
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