The synthesis identifies Bull trout biology and limiting factors, potential enhancement opportunities, conservation status and risks and critical habitats across the FWCP Peace Region. The monitoring framework provides a recommended sequence of monitoring actions (i.e. priorities) to guide FWCP proponents in developing studies focussed on key monitoring data requirements to enable effective conservation actions including:
Population data indicating conservation status and risk;
Information delineating critical habitats; and
Information indicating potential limiting factors
Grant applications for projects to conserve and enhance Bull Trout in our Peace Region must align with our Streams Action Plan (Actions 1c-3and 1c-4), and the monitoring needs in the information synthesis and monitoring framework report.
2019-2020 Annual Reports Our 2019-2020 annual report is under construction and will be posted here soon. If you have any questions, contact us anytime. 2018-2019 Annual Reports Coastal Region Annual Report Columbia Region Annual Report […]
Peace Region Action Plans Our Action Plans guide FWCP investments in fish and wildlife projects, and are referenced annually by our regional Boards to track progress toward implementation, set annual priorities, and guide decision-making in […]
Follow our guidance for Arctic Grayling projects Prior to construction of the 1967 W.A.C. Bennett Dam and creation of the Williston Reservoir, Arctic Grayling were widespread and abundant. Today, self-sustaining populations are limited, and in […]