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Aireal Starr, B.Sc.
Aireal Starr is Ojibway and a proud member of Biigtigong Nishnaabeg. She is a fisheries and aquatic biologist with three years of experience in the field, working all across Ontario, and more specifically within First Nations communities. She has led and conducted various baseline and long term monitoring fisheries projects in the non-profit sector to evaluate fish community and fish habitat. She is experienced with a wide variety of fish sampling gear (i.e. gill nets, trap nets, seine nets, etc.) and knows their limitations and applications.
Aireal graduated from Western University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science with a double major in biology and psychology. As an Indigenous person, Aireal is committed to ensuring the conservation of resources and protection of the rights for Indigenous communities. She has always had a passion for the outdoors and conserving the environment to preserve the land for future generations.
Aquatic Biology | Fish Habitat Assessment | Regulatory Support | Stream Assessment | Environmental Monitoring | First Nations Cultural and Knowledge Awareness | Integration of Indigenous Knowledge | Technical Peer Reviews | Environmental Assessment