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  • Introducing GMRC | GMRC
    Ike Metallic Elder Discussions Lilly Vicaire Elder Discussions Robert Brisk Introducing GMRC Blog Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Introducing GMRC Description This video tells you about our organization and the projects we are working on We hope it provides a little bit of insight on why we come to work everyday and what it is we re trying to achieve Thanks

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/introducing-gmrc (2016-02-09)
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  • Media
    to view by clicking on a video thumbnail For even more exclusive videos from GMRC check out our Facebook Page Listuguj Mi gmaq Salmon Fishing GMRC salmon distribution to community elders Elder Discussions Isaac Ike Metallic Elder Discussions Lilly Vicaire

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/print/4 (2016-02-09)
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  • Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi
    s restrictive measures put in place Commercial fishery closed in 1996 Recreational Fishery closed in 2000 Suspension of allocation to Aboriginals in 2000 2012 incidental capture allowed in Food Social Ceremonial fisheries if prior allocation existed before 2000 In the Southern Gulf of St Lawrence region Recreational fishery opened in 2013 and 2014 Collection of fishery data on Miramichi occurred on 17 days out of 25 day season between May

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/print/234 (2016-02-09)
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  • Medicinal walk with Karen
    Bar Before setting out on the field in search of aquatic medicines she showed us some of the medicinal plants she had previously collected with the help of a local community member It was amazing to see all the different types of plants being dried or soaking in alcohol to be used as tinctures These are plants which under different circumstances one wouldn t think much of Most of the time we call them weeds not caring enough even to learn their name But the fact is each plant does have a purpose We are able to see that each time Karen joins us and teaches us something new about various medicinal plants She has shown us how tamarack can be used as a lotion and how we can make mint salve to help with colds and congestion She has shown us how cow parsnip be careful parts of plant can burn your skin can be used to treat shingles She has taught us the different uses of bladder wrack cattail root and many others A word of caution though have someone knowledgeable with you if you plan on picking medicines Certain plants are best picked during a particular time

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/print/233 (2016-02-09)
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  • Tree planting on the Eel river
    teamed up with some of the youth from Ugpi ganjig to improve the habitat along the Eel river We spent most of our day near the heritage garden and planted aproximately 400 white spruce saplings Each year GMRC teams up with youth in different communities to help improve salmon habitat Trees along rivers help improve habitat by providing shade by providing food for fish and by helping to prevent erosion

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/print/232 (2016-02-09)
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  • Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary
    project It was a great day to be outdoors on the field The sun was finally shining and the American eel was successfully sedated tagged and recuperated After we released the eel it began to swim off into the distance We then place our loaned VR100 thank you to the Atlantic Salmon Federation into the water and we pinged our eel The project is off to a great start The

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/print/231 (2016-02-09)
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  • Fyke nets for eel research
    shoreline of the GMRC office and one next to the drum at Moffat s Landing We set on Monday and check them daily It is always exciting when we get a few big eels When we get them we measure them and then tag them so that we can monitor their migration throughout the seasons The tags are monitored by receivers that are in the river and each time these

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/print/229 (2016-02-09)
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  • Eel research on the Restigouche river
    part of our latest Aboriginal Funds for Species at Risk AFSAR project which aims to study American eel and their habitat The GMRC has been surgically tagging adult yellow eels with acoustic tags within the Restigouche river estuary The receivers will allow us to monitor their seasonal migrations from the estuary to the freshwater reaches of the Restigouche and Matapedia rivers To date over 18 eels have been tagged Mobile

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/print/228 (2016-02-09)
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