How are they making waves?
Cassie Groves is an environmental educator working with SkeenaWild in Terrace , BC. She is tasked with teaching the younger generation about watershed advocacy and how to best care for their local waterways through hands-on work
Together with young students Cassie does aquatic macroinvertebrate surveys. Students go out and hunt different types of bugs which are indicators of stream health. This process teaches them the importance of biodiversity outside of the classroom, which is especially imperative to preserve the abundance of salmon in the Skeena watershed.
Applications of innovation for future use
Make young people more knowledgeable about the importance of watershed health.