Amanda Jeanson

BC Steelhead Research Turns to Citizen Science for Answers

PhD candidate Amanda Jeanson at Carleton University’s “Fish Ecology and Conservation Physiology” program, part of the Cooke Lab, is in BC to find out why their inland recreational rainbow trout fisheries are in decline.

Sean Simmons

Anglers Atlas and Citizen Science

Sean Simmons is the Founder of Anglers Atlas and has a passion and admiration for citizen science as undertaken by Canada’s top recreational anglers.

Fishing Friendzy

Fishing Friendzy New Youth Fishing League

Michael E. Sklad, Founder and President of Fishing Friendzy, is super excited about launching the new Youth Fishing League.

Kyle in the field

Ducks Unlimited on Weeding Our Wetlands

Aquatic invasive plants are labeled invasive due to their highly disruptive impacts on wetlands, lakes and rivers.

Dr Ken Drouillard

Fish Harvest Regulations and Fish Consumption Advisories

Dr Ken Drouillard at the University of Winsor is a lead researcher with the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research.

Kat Kavanagh at Greens Creek

Water Rangers Serving Citizen Scientists

Kat Kavanagh is the founder and Executive Director of Water Rangers.

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Trout Unlimited Conservation Initiatives

Listen what Trout Unlimited is up to ensure the future of cold water fish species.

Lena Azeez from Watershed Watch Salmon Society

Flood Prevention versus Fish Habitat

Lena Azeez from Watershed Watch Salmon Society is working with communities from British Columbia’s lower mainland to draft and pass a resolution that underscores their commitment to safeguard fish habitat.

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Balancing Dams with Fish Passage

Dams and barriers are often considered positive landscape features because they can generate power, provide recreational opportunities, block invasive species, and prevent contaminant and disease transfer upstream.

Dr Jeff Ridal

St Lawrence River Institute on Fish Health Research

Dr. Jeff Ridal is the Executive Director of the St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences.