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!
On October 28, AEP provided an update on the work in the Upper Pembina watershed. Northern Lights Fly Fishers was involved in the work and Mike Blackburn recognized the contributions of our group. See the video Continue reading Upper Pembina Education Session
My Wild Alberta This Waterbody Wednesday takes us to a unique but well-known river west of Edmonton. The Upper Pembina River is the southernmost extent of the natural range of Arctic grayling in Alberta, and has Continue reading Upper Pembina education session and video
More Coal, Fewer Parks:The future of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains? Katie Morrision, Conservation Director at Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society will talk about some of the issues related to renewed interest in coal mining in Alberta. Connection Continue reading Zoom Meeting October 7 7pm
On May 8 an online symposium was hosted by AEP on the topic of whirling disease. The session was held as a virtual meeting (zoom) and I saw up to about 180 concurrent partipants. Several presentations Continue reading Whirling Disease Symposium