Pygmy Whitefish Recovery Plan Survey
The goal of the Pygmy Whitefish Recovery Plan is to maintain the existing population. The plan proposes to accomplish this goal by:
- Mitigating the risk of human-caused population loss due to an accidental event
- Developing a plan for population recovery if severe population loss does occur
This draft was developed using the input from directly affected stakeholders. We are now seeking input from all Albertans.
Please review the draft recovery plan, and provide feedback on the risks identified to populations, and the strategies and actions proposed to reduce and respond to those risks.
Your input will be carefully considered and used in making a final draft plan. A summary of the feedback received and how it was used in the final draft of the plan will be provided when it becomes available. The final draft recovery plan is presented to the Endangered Species Conservation Committee, and then is forwarded on to the Minister of Environment and Parks for approval. The Endangered Species Conservation Committee is composed of stakeholder representatives appointed by the Minister.
The Pygmy Whitefish Recovery Plan survey will be available until 4:30 pm on Monday, July 2, 2018.Privacy Statement
- Cindy Kemper, Species
at Risk Biologist
Tel: 780 644-8014