A national network
supporting aquatic habitat
protection and restoration


Aquatic Habitat Canada is a national network focused on helping governments, local communities, Indigenous organizations, industry stakeholders and conservation organizations to more effectively protect and restore healthy and resilient aquatic ecosystems.

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What We Do









Dr. Michael Moore is an @ExperienceORISE Fellow who is exploring patterns of aquatic habitat and fish populations over a 30-year time period on the Tongass National Forest, Alaska. #PostdocAppreciationWeek #NPAW2021

Today is #WorldRiversDay !
Here's a sneak peek of some of the ongoing work by @theGMRC on restoring connectivity of cold-water streams for Atlantic salmon and American eel in the Matapedia River watershed. So grateful to @SMatamajaw and @CAUSAP_Ville for their support!

#WetlandDialogues Katie Mitchell is part of both @DUCinBC & @BCWildlife Northern BC workpod. For Katie, connecting with First Nation communities & learning about the traditional knowledge of the land has been a major highlight. #HealthyWatersBC #StrongerBC #TruthAndReconciliation

Join us this Thursday at 10 a.m. EDT for a #GreatLakesChat. We'll be asking questions about our #GreatLakes [email protected] @Audubon_GL @GreatLakesNow @RougeFriends @miseagrant @GLCommission @DeltaGreatLakes @CGLRGreatlakes @NatureIsWater @JKonopacky https://bit.ly/watersheds-chat

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