Citizen Science on Let’s Go Outdoors

Michael Short of Let’s Go Outdoors joined us for a day on the rivers when we were picking up temperature loggers and collecting water samples with Corey Stefura and Jay White from Aquality.

He wrote up an article on his website and posted an interview on YouTube

“Volunteers from the Northern Lights Fly Fishers club (a Chapter of Trout Unlimited Canada) are playing a vital role in helping scientists collect data along tributaries of the Pembina watershed. This data is helping fisheries managers better understand the impacts of industry, poaching and other factors on the decline of arctic grayling.  The five-year study has been funded by the Alberta Conservation Association for Trout Unlimited to carry out this work.”