Thanks to the chapter volunteers who assisted with angling on the Freeman River last week. The Alberta Conservation Association helped fund a research project at MacEwan University and the Northern Lights chapter is helping by fly Continue reading Arctic Grayling Research Project
One of the key activities in the Arctic Grayling conservation program this year is the collection of eDNA from over 30 sites in the Upper Pembina. eDNA is environmental DNA. We can filter a water sample Continue reading eDNA in Upper Pembina
Here is a summary of the field work we have lined up for this summer. 1) Rat Creek Angling Validate presence of Arctic Grayling in sections of Rat Creek not previously surveyed. Volunteers will angle for grayling Continue reading 2022 Volunteer Angling
The video for part 2 of the interview is now online. Michael Short from Let’s Go Outdoors created a video interview with Ken Monk from Northern Lights, and Michael Sullivan from AEP. This is part one Continue reading Walleye Vulnerability Study – Let’s Go Outdoors
Volunteers from Trout Unlimited Canada – Northern Lights Fly Fishers Chapter conducted a “citizen science” project to study walleye in Jackfish Lake, Alberta. The study took place during the open-water season of 2021. We assumed that Continue reading Citizen Science reveals unexpected finding!