Restoring Migratory Sea Lamprey and American Shad in the Connecticut River

Join Lael Will from Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and Ken Sprankle of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service for a virtual town hall to learn how native Sea lamprey and American shad use migrate from the Atlantic Ocean up the Connecticut River and its to tributaries in Vermont and elsewhere to spawn, the history of these species, and work being done to help them thrive in the Connecticut River. Hosted by Kathy Urffer and Ron Rhodes, River Stewards of the Connecticut River Conservancy

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United States of America
Date
Oct 24 2020, 12.00 - 13.00
Organizations
Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department
Connecticut River Conservancy
United States Fish and Wildlife Service
The Nature Conservancy
Vermont Natural Resource Council
Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation
Website
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/livestream-episode-10-world-fish-migration-day-on-the-connecticut-river-tickets-124414223291?fbclid=IwAR1RG_tExzUj9G4Ti5G1ph7MoEFLpN4d9A5sLWQoJ_iEf4T7Ta6UCLnrznU https://youtu.be/hxoqQ8Zbhew https://vtfishandwildlife.com/ https://www.ctriver.org/ https://vnrc.org/world-fish-migration-day/ https://www.fws.gov/r5crc/