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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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Good news for the Peace River
The Peace River Freshwater Health Assessment found the river to be in Good condition. Understanding the river’s health will help us make informed development decisions.

Reflecting on the Health of Canada’s Waters: Bugs
By looking at bug communities in our water we can learn about its health. After assessing 25% of Canada’s water, we know we need more data.

Looking for answers in the Rivers of the Great Slave Basin
The recent assessment of the rivers of the Great Slave Basin found that there was not enough data available to evaluate its health.

Reflecting on the Health of Canada’s Waters: Fish
It’s hard to picture healthy water without fish. They are integral to the well-being of the entire food web in freshwater ecosystems.

Mapping our connections to water
WWF teamed up with Fathom6 Strategies and the Canadian Freshwater Alliance to collect and map out Canadians’ water stories and experiential knowledge through a new crowd-sourcing technique called StoryMapping.