Through partnership and education, empower the community to take ownership and responsibility of the natural environment.
About ALOUETTE RIVER MANAGEMENT SOCIETY
ARMS staff, board of directors, members and volunteers aim:
-To protect and preserve the environment and habitat of the Alouette River Watershed.
-To provide environmental education to the community.
-To develop and partner on various habitat restoration and maintenance projects within the Alouette Watershed.
-To assist and advise federal, provincial and municipal agencies in the care and development of the Alouette River Watershed.The Alouette River Management Society (ARMS) is dedicated to proactively protecting and improving the Alouette Watershed and surrounding areas by creating a healthy environment connecting parks, trail systems, public centers and waterways.
Volunteer supported, ARMS is involved in watershed inventory and monitoring, habitat restoration, public awareness and adopt-a-stream, liaising with all levels of government and private land owners, and working towards the protection of aquatic habitat. ARMS offers environmental education programs including fieldtrips, classroom and habitat programs, and day camps.
ARMS is currently advocating for a fish ladder over the Alouette Dam, reconnecting the river and lake since 1928.