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. 

Advancements in traceability technology are critical to reducing the burden of slow paper-based systems on industry & providing consumers easy access to information about how a #seafood product was harvested & where it is from.
#knowwhereyourfoodcomesfrom https://www.nationalobserver.com/2021/04/29/news/how-tablets-and-whatsapp-could-make-fish-sustainable

Checking in on our captive population of Redside Dace using GoPros - these fish will be part of an induction experiment to facilitate captive breeding efforts for this #endangered species in the coming weeks - part of @Ashley_Watt_M PhD thesis @iBioUWindsor @UWindsor

Have your say! #Canada is taking further action to address harmful #chemicals in the #GreatLakes with a draft strategy to reduce PFOS, PFOA and LC-PFCA, now available for public review➡️https://binational.net/2021/04/26/can-cmc-pcspm-pfos-pfoa-lc-pfca-spfo-apfo-apfc-lc/

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