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2 days ago

Pearson Ecological

Meghan Rooney of Watershed Watch has been working with us in the field on all the Resilient Waters Project sites. This is her
take on a typical day in the field with us 🙂
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Just a day in the life of your average everyday awesome eco warrior✊🏼

2 days ago

Pearson Ecological

We are going to contribute to this and thought some other consultants we know might also want to 🙂

It's a memorial scholarship fund for Indigenous students studying geosciences in a post secondary institution in BC.

I didn't know Brian Nadjiwon, but do know some of the people behind this initiative. Wish there were something similar in ecology!
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We are going to contribute to this and thought some other consultants we know  might also want to :)   

Its a memorial scholarship fund for Indigenous students studying geosciences in a post secondary institution in BC.  

I didnt know Brian Nadjiwon, but do know some of the people behind this initiative. Wish there were something similar in ecology!

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SER Western Canada has something similar for ecosystem restoration chapter.ser.org/westerncanada/ser-wc-scholarship-program/

2 days ago

Pearson Ecological

Tilbury Slough, Delta.

With Resilient Waters,, Watershed Watch, Raincoast, and Tsawwassen First Nation.

A few days in the estuary catching juvenile Chinook and Chum. Tilbury used to be a sidechannel connected at both ends to the Fraser, but nor the central section is not fish accessible due to old-school tide gates and a non-fish-friendly pump. The parts that are connected are full of little salmon when the tide is high. They follow the water in to feed in these rich marsh habitats then follow the tide out before they get stranded. A lot more of this valuable habitat could be opened up to them with some flood infrastructure upgrades. Water levels vary by a couple of meters in a few hours.

Special thanks to Dave Scott of Raincoast/UBC for joining us for a couple of days to teach some tips and tricks of estuary sampling.
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My old stomping grounds. Was so upset when they put in the tide gates and pump.

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