Virtual & In-person* Juvenile Sturgeon Conservation Workshops
The Juvenile Sturgeon Conservation workshop series provides participants with hands-on experience learning and discovering more about conservation concerns related to North America’s largest freshwater species, white sturgeon. This unique and engaging conservation workshop series aims to connect the general public to sturgeon conservation and the Heart of the Fraser in an exciting, educational and engaging manner.
This time, we will host virtual workshops that feature engaging activities and expert presentations about sturgeon conservation by speakers such as Dr. Marvin Rosenau, Colin Schwindt, Sarah Schreier, and Greg Andrusak. During the in-person citizen-science workshops, participants will have the opportunity to catch, record and release Juvenile Sturgeon with certified members of the Fraser Valley Angling Guides Association. In-person workshops* will begin on March 6th.
Register below for our upcoming virtual and in-person workshops, and click the links for more information on the speakers, locations, and prices:
*In-person workshops are limited to only members of your core bubble or direct family, with a maximum of 4 people per research boat. These restrictions are in place to follow B.C. provincial health orders. For more information on the Provincial Health Order, click here.
December 18th, 2020 to March 15th, 2021
November 13th, 2020 to March 31st, 2021