Join the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance (RDRWA) on Thursday, March 24th from 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm for our Spring Forum, ‘Forging Connections For Native Trout: Connecting Land Use, Water Quality, Native Trout, and People.’
During this virtual session, you will hear from three speakers with experience working across the Eastern Slopes to safeguard the health of native trout populations. Participants will come away with a greater understanding of the status of native trout in the Red Deer River watershed, and the connections between land use, water quality, and practical solutions.
- Connections between land use and water quality, with native trout as indicators. Amy McLeod (Provincial Riparian Specialist, Cows and Fish)
- Status of Bull Trout populations and recovery in the Red Deer River watershed. Kenton Neufeld (Fisheries Biologist, Alberta Environment and Parks)
- Stewardship in Action: On the ground recovery and mitigation. Angela Ten (Trout Unlimited Canada)
Please join us for this free event to learn more about native trout populations, and how partners are working together towards recovering these populations across central Alberta.
To save your spot for this exciting event, please click here to register via Eventbrite. Event materials will be provided closer to the date .