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  • Community Feast | GMRC
    GMRC welcomes new GIS Technician Pascale Gosselin 2014 annual report now available Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary Fyke nets for eel research Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Community Feast August 30 2013 Each year GMRC hosts a community feast in honor

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/community-feast (2016-02-09)
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  • Fish Friends program to be delivered in three schools | GMRC
    Restigouche River estuary Fyke nets for eel research Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Fish Friends program to be delivered in three schools 04 23 2014 We are pleased to announce that we have received approval to deliver the Fish Friends program again this

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/fish-friends-program-be-delivered-three-schools (2016-02-09)
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  • Kelt Monitoring Research | GMRC
    River estuary Fyke nets for eel research Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Kelt Monitoring Research May 14 2013 We are currently participating in a kelt black salmon monitoring project in the Restigouche river Some of you may have noticed some yellow buoys out

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/kelt-monitoring-research (2016-02-09)
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  • MFU and First Nations collaborate in lobster seeding efforts | GMRC
    striped bass in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT MFU and First Nations collaborate in lobster seeding efforts Listuguj QC July 31th 2013 This week the communities of Listuguj Eel River Bar and Pabineau collaborated with Homarus Inc to seed approximately 40 000 lobster larvae in the Upper Bay of Chaleur The aim of this initiative is to build sustainable lobster stocks in the area The First Nation communities together form the Gespe gewaq Mi gmaq Resource Council GMRC Based in Listuguj it is a non profit environmental company focused on improving aquatic resources through research and education activities According to Victoria LaBillois CEO of the GMRC Working together with stakeholders in the region is key to ensuring the sustainability of the stocks This initiative demonstrates an ongoing commitment by the GMRC and its member communities in building sustainable resources Homarus Inc a non profit R D group located in Shediac NB and managed by the Maritime Fishermen s Union grew the larvae until stage IV through its hatchery project based in Shippagan NB It is believed that growing larvae to

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/mfu-and-first-nations-collaborate-lobster-seeding-efforts (2016-02-09)
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  • GMRC partners with NBCC environmental technology program | GMRC
    welcomes new GIS Technician Pascale Gosselin 2014 annual report now available Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary Fyke nets for eel research Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT GMRC partners with NBCC environmental technology program April 10 2013 GMRC is pleased to announce

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/gmrc-partners-nbcc-environmental-technology-program (2016-02-09)
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  • Gathering Mi'gmaq knowledge on smelts | GMRC
    in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Gathering Mi gmaq knowledge on smelts March 21 2013 The Restigouche river runs year round and is abundant with resources vital to our everyday being as Mi gmaq people During the summer it provides us with the salmon run which is considered around the world one of the best The salmon is deep in Mi gmaq history and is part of our culture But once the river freezes over and the salmon are gone our fishers are still out there During the winter and into spring before the thaw another run occurs but little is known about it Or is there Being an anadromous species meaning that growing and maturing happens out at sea and in shallow coastal waters and migrates up freshwater streams to spawn the Atlantic Rainbow smelt makes it way up the Restigouche The purpose of this study is to find out more about the species since it plays such an important role during the winter months and to provide the community with this knowledge The GMRC has conducted interviews in

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/gathering-migmaq-knowledge-smelts-0 (2016-02-09)
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  • Plamu - A look at the relationship between salmon and the Mi'gmaq of Gespe'gewa'gi | GMRC
    efforts Eel research on the Restigouche river GMRC partners with NBCC environmental technology program Gathering Mi gmaq knowledge on smelts Plamu A look at the relationship between salmon and the Mi gmaq of Gespe gewa gi Stable isotope analysis GMRC welcomes new GIS Technician Pascale Gosselin 2014 annual report now available Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary Fyke nets for eel research Gulf region report on striped bass in

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/plamu-look-relationship-between-salmon-and-migmaq-gespegewagi (2016-02-09)
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  • Stable isotope analysis
    analysis To do this we start by taking fresh and brackish water prey samples drying them out in an oven for at least 24 hours and further withdraw moisture by placing the samples in a desiccant chamber Dried samples are then grinded up into a fine powder and placed in labeled Eppendorf vials for shipment These prey samples will be analyzed for their unique isotopic signature and will be compared

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/print/237 (2016-02-09)
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