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The elimination of sockeye and other salmon from the upper watershed has altered the flow of marine-derived nutrients in Alouette lake. These energy flows are naturally obtained from decaying salmon carcasses and are entwined with the food webs of local wildlife, plants and aquatic species. This disruption in nutrient influxes has had substantial negative impacts on the productivity of aquatic life in Alouette Lake. By fertilizing the Lake twice a month, ARMS and Correction can increase the supply of nutrients and therefore the plants and aquatic species that support the life of the steelhead and the Sockeye. Support us in our efforts!