CBM In Action: Souris and Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation
July 22, 2019
Community-based monitoring groups of all shapes and sizes are taking action to protect rivers, lakes and wetlands. These are the amazing people and initiatives that inspire us to do the work we do here at DataStream.
In this video Keila Miller of the Souris and Area Branch of the Prince Edward Island Wildlife Federation talks about the work her organization is involved in to protect water and wildlife.
Check out Souris and Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation's dataset on DataStream
I'm excited about data being shared and collaboration happening in Atlantic Canada. Water is such an important resource.
The Souris and Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation is a non-profit group dedicated to the conservation, protection, and enhancement of wildlife habitat in eastern Prince Edward Island. Since 1954, they have been working for the betterment of their community so that future generations can continue to enjoy the natural world around them.
It’s World Wetlands Day, a chance to come together in appreciation and action for wetlands around the globe. Wetlands are vital to our collective well-being, providing clean water, clean air, and a home for 40% of the world’s species. Wetlands can store 50 times more carbon than rainforests, making them essential ecosystems for fighting climate change.
As part of our ongoing staff feature series, we are thrilled to profile one of DataStream’s Data Specialists, Charlotte Hagelstam-Renshaw!