Un réseau national
pour la conservation
et la restauration des
habitats aquatiques


Habitat aquatique Canada est un réseau national dont le but est d’aider les gouvernements, les communautés locales, les organisations autochtones, les intervenants de l’industrie et les organisations de conservation à restaurer et protéger davantage les écosystèmes aquatiques sains et durables.

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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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