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Heather Crochetiere
Heather Crochetiere
Heather is WWF-Canada’s Freshwater Program Coordinator. She has a Master’s in Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo and still can’t believe she gets to come to work every day at WWF. A lover of all things nature, she has worked as a field botanist and nature interpreter and believes that nothing recharges your batteries quite like spending some time on the water or in the wilderness where you can see the stars.
 

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Meet the wild river guardians
Bugs hold the secrets to Canada’s water health. The Dane Nan Yḗ Dāh Guardians, with support from WWF-Canada and Living Lakes Canada, are working to catch them

WWF-Canada joins EcoSpark to support citizen science on the Humber River
Citizen scientists on the Humber River are using community monitoring to connect people with nature and learn about the health of our water.

Did you know? 10 Amazing things about salmon
During Canada Water Week, get to know your Water Hero Species – Canada’s iconic salmon can battle strong currents, have an astonishing sense of smell and can even change colour. Talk about a superhero!

Reaching the Poorest of the Poor: Ashook’s story
In an effort to understand WWF’s global conservation work, two keen WWF-Canada employees flew across the world to visit WWF-Nepal. This series highlights what they learned on this adventure

Biogas plants: win-win (win-win-win-win)
In an effort to understand WWF’s global conservation work, two keen WWF-Canada employees flew across the world to visit WWF-Nepal. This series highlights what they learned on this adventure.