2020 NATIONAL INVASIVE SPECIES AWARENESS WEEK, MAY 16-23
We are working with our Aquatic Invasive Species project partners to develop a series of videos highlighting regional issues and the projects that are being undertaken to address them.
Videos and other supporting materials will be posted daily from May 16-23 on this page and shared on social media.
#NISAW Presentations (scroll down for the video links):
Sarah D'Apollonia, M.Sc. Agriculture, Forager and Founder, East Coast Wild Foods
Seasonal foraging of invasives for food
Samantha Hudson, Aquatic Species at Risk/Invasive Species Project Lead, Clean Annapolis River Project
Citizen science fish monitoring program development in Nova Scotia
Jillian Arany, Fisheries Biologist, Mi’kmaq Conservation Group
Chain Pickerel in Mi’kma’ki (Chain Pickerel Project)
Aquatic Connectivity and Aquatic Invasive Species: A Decision-Making Framework for Fish Passage Projects in Nova Scotia
Thomas Sweeney, Aquatic Ecosystems Intern, Mersey Tobeatic Research Institute
How learning about the habits of recreational anglers can help us slow the spread of two invasive species