‘The Breach’ screens in Avon, Eagle as part of Sustainable Community Film Series

29th November, 2015 by

By Krista Driscoll

What do Chinook, Coho, sockeye, humpy and chum all have in common? All five are species of salmon that thrive in the North Pacific waters of the United States and Canada.Salmon is considered a keystone species, meaning there are many other creatures that rely on them. In fact, there are 137 creatures, to be exact. Simply put, the salmon migration during spawning season helps replenish and maintain entire ecosystems, from the animals that eat the salmon to the decomposers who break down their dead bodies to the trees that grow from their broken down nutrients. These are all very important …

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