April 21, 2022
On Thursday, April 21st, the Canadian Remedial Action Plan Implementation Committee (CRIC) hosted a virtual information session highlighting several fish and wildlife habitat creation and restoration projects that have been completed within the St. Clair River Area of Concern. During the information session, participants were taken on a ‘tour’ of several projects adjacent to the river that provide valuable habitat to local fish and wildlife including the wetland creation at Bowens Creek, pike spawning habitat at Branton Cundick Park, and marsh restoration at Swan Lake. A biologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Canadian Wildlife Service also shared results from extensive wetland health monitoring.
Thanks to all who were able to join us! If you missed it, the session recording is now available along with a copy of the Questions and Answers. If you have any questions about the material presented, please feel free to contact the St. Clair River RAP Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.Questions and Answers