Native Trout Communications
The Native Trout Collaborative is a group of partner organizations working to advance native trout recovery in Alberta via habitat restoration, restoration stocking, land use planning, watershed assessments, public education and more. It is a comprehensive, long-term fish conservation initiative aimed at recovering populations of native trout in the Eastern Slopes of Alberta. Multiple organizations in Alberta are collaborating in this joint application to implement actions to mitigate threats and promote recovery of native trout at risk in the province. These partners include Alberta Environment and Protected Areas, Alberta Conservation Association, Alberta Riparian Habitat Management Society (Cows and Fish), Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society Southern Alberta Chapter, Trout Unlimited Canada, and Foothills Research Institute. These groups all have a role in recovery of native trout including management, monitoring and science, conservation and restoration measures, reporting, and education or outreach. The ACA Information, Education, and Communications Resource Program provides actively participates on the communications committee focusing on education outreach and media.
Alberta Environment and Protected Areas, Alberta Riparian Habitat Management Society (Cows and Fish), Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society Southern Alberta Chapter, Trout Unlimited Canada, Foothills Research Institute
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