Watersheds Canada is excited to announce the fourth webinar in the Freshwater Stewardship Community‘s series – “Enhancing and Restoring Critical Fish Habitat”. This webinar will take place on Wednesday, March 24th at 2pm EST and free registration is now open.
With the steady increase in development along Canada’s lake and rivers, critical fish habitat is being compromised and degraded. In this free webinar, Melissa will provide information and resources for community groups and property owners to restore and enhance local fish habitat. Melissa will unveil the new, free Fish Habitat Enhancement Toolkit created by the Lanark County Stewardship Council and Watersheds Canada. She will also discuss Quinte Conservation and Watersheds Canada’s current Pugnose Shiner Landowner Engagement and Shoreline Habitat Restoration Project being delivered on West Lake, East Lake, and Wellers Bay.
Melissa Dakers is Watersheds Canada Lake Stewardship Coordinator. She joined the Watersheds Canada team in 2015, after taking time to raise her two sons. During that time, Melissa has been a very active member of the Mississippi Lakes Association, where she has been the Water Quality & Lake Steward on the board of directors for twelve years. She was an enthusiastic member of the Mississippi Lake Plan Committee, where she has lent her expertise to the completion of the Mississippi Lake Plan, and was an active co-chair and member of the Environmental Committee.