Anchored Podcast Ep. 34: Jim Rissling on Fraser River Sturgeon

Jim Rissling On Fraser River Sturgeon
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Jim Rissling is the field program coordinator for the Fraser River Sturgeon Conservation Society. A retired conservation officer, Jim devotes a great deal of his time training volunteers how to tag sturgeon.  In this episode of Anchored, April meets with Jim at his home in Chilliwack, BC for a quick coffee and chat about Fraser River sturgeon.
Length: 28:52

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