Webinar: Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s Asian Carp Program: Where Are We Now?

Becky Cudmore


Jan 25, 2016

Registration is now open for Asian Carp Canada’s 6th webinar

To be held on Thursday, February 18th at 2:00 pm. 

Register now 

Click above to join for an update on Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s Asian Carp Program. Hear about the activities being done by the Program to prevent the introduction and establishment of Asian carps in the Canadian waters of the Great Lakes.  Becky Cudmore, Asian Carp Program manager and Senior Advisor at Fisheries and Oceans Canada in Burlington will highlight some of the Program’s achievements as well as some lessons learned.  The Program had a busy summer in 2015 with several Grass Carp captures and Becky will provide an update on those specimens.  

Becky Cudmore is the Manager for Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s Asian Carp Program as well as the department’s Senior Advisor on aquatic invasive species. Becky has a post-graduate degree in Zoology from the University of Toronto and degrees in Biology and Environmental Science from Trent University.  Becky has worked on aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes for almost 20 years and was the recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee award for her contributions and efforts to protect the Great Lakes from aquatic invasive species.

Go to www.asiancarp.ca to view all webinars in the series.


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