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AEP Upper Pembina River Fisheries Education Session


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The Upper Pembina river, upstream of Lodgepole, Alberta, is the southernmost extent of the natural range of Arctic grayling in Alberta. The Pembina River is currently closed to angling as part of a five-year recovery rest period for Arctic Grayling. The long-term goal for the Upper Pembina River is to achieve our shared objective of maintaining sustainable fish populations now and into the future while still providing opportunity for use by all Albertans in accordance with Alberta’s Fisheries Allocation Strategy.
Join Alberta Environment and Parks fisheries staff to learn about the current status of the fish populations in the Upper Pembina river.

7:00pm Welcome
7:05pm Presentation
7:30pm Question & Answer
8:30pm Session Close


This zoom session is hosted by AEP and registration is required.  The link will be sent to you after registration.


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