“Have you seen the new website update?” “Not yet, but I’m sure it’s amazing!” (Yes, this was the exact conversation they had that day)
By Michelle Jackson, Conservation Research Biologist
We recognize the importance of making our science accessible as we strive to protect the biodiversity of the Little Campbell River Watershed. For example, water quality and habitat data is shared with the BC Ministry of Environment and local municipalities in order to inform environmental management and land use planning decisions. With that in mind, we rolled out a series of updates this past week to our Conservation Science pages.
Have you been wondering how to access A Rocha’s Conservation Science reports? Have you been wishing for an easy way to view the conservation status of all Species at Risk that our team monitors within the Little Campbell River watershed? Or for an updated description of our recent Coastal Cutthroat Trout surveys? Perhaps you’re just curious about A Rocha’s science work and would like to know where you can find out more.