Our Members and Supporters
AHC was founded by eight organizations who joined efforts in their shared interests to better protect aquatic habitats. These organizations came together to initiate a program to apply Indigenous Traditional Knowledge and Western science through valuable research, engaging in stewardship, and providing rigorous, evidence-based policy advice and recommendations to governments and industry.
Active Member Organizations
Canadian Electricity Association
Canadian electricity utilities and companies that provide products and services to the electricity sector ensure Canadian electricity is some of the cleanest in the world.
Canadian Wildlife Federation
The Canadian Wildlife Federation’s mission is to conserve and inspire the conservation of Canada’s wildlife and habitats for the use and enjoyment of all.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada is the federal lead for safeguarding our waters and managing Canada’s fisheries, oceans and freshwater resources.
Pacific Salmon Foundation
Founded in 1987, Pacific Salmon Foundation is a federally incorporated non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the conservation and restoration of wild Pacific salmon and their natural habitats in British Columbia and the Yukon.
Plenty Canada is a registered non-profit organization that facilitates access to and shares resources with Indigenous peoples and other community groups around the world in support of their environmental protection and sustainable development goals.
5 Smooth Stones Restoration
5 Smooth Stones Restoration is a consulting firm dedicated to improving the quality of stream restoration.
South Nation Conservation
South Nation Conservation has a strong history in watershed management and leadership in applying sustainability practices. As an agency established under the Conservation Authorities Act of Ontario in 1947, SNC has decades of practical experience in protecting our environment and engaging communities. Today, it manages 4,441 km2 of land in Eastern Ontario; employs more than 40 staff; and has lead hundreds of stewardship projects to success.
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
With more than 60 years of experience, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority is one of 36 Conservation Authorities in Ontario, created to safeguard and enhance the health and well-being of watershed communities through the protection and restoration of the natural environment and the ecological services the environment provides.
- Alan James
- Adam DeLeeuw
- Bob Rutherford (Thaumas Environmental Consultants Ltd, NSSA)
- Brad Fairley (5 Smooth Stones Restoration Inc.)
- Cameron von Bratt (Freshwater Ecosystem Services)
- Channa Perera
- Chris Craig (South Nation Conservation)
- David Browne (Canadian Wildlife Federation)
- Genevieve Morinville
- Ian Douglas Bruce
- Jack Daly (Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat)
- Jack Imhof
- James Manicom (Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
- Jay Wilson (Canadian Electricity Association)
- Jenie Cooper
- Jesse MacDonald (Maritime Aboriginal Aquatic Resources Secretariate)
- Jim Brennan
- John Richardson (University of British Columbia)
- Karen McDonald (Toronto and Region Conservation Authority)
- Kris Hunter (Atlantic Salmon Federation)
- Larry McDermott
- Lucas Warner (5 Smooth Stone Restoration Inc.)
- Michael Paterson (IISD-Experimental Lakes Area)
- Michael Power (University of Waterloo)
- Natasha Louttit
- Nicolas Lapointe (Canadian Wildlife Federation)
- Rick Portiss (Toronto and Region Conservation Authority)
- Rob Knight (Community Mapping Network)
- Sama AlMaarofi (Lakehead University)
- Sherry Du
- Stefan Miller (Maritime Aboriginal Aquatic Resources Secretariate)
- Susan Doka (Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
- Tania Couture
Supporting members participate in AHC through financial contributions, occasional contribution to AHC events and initiatives, and receive informational updates from the secretariat. See more information here.