Recovery Strategies

Recovery Strategy for the American Water-willow (Justicia americana) in Canada

In May 2000, the American Water-willow (Justicia americana) was determined to be a Threatened species in Canada by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC). It was added to Schedule 1 of the Species at Risk Act in June 2003 by the Minister of the Environment upon recommendation from COSEWIC. The range of this species is confined to eastern North America, with its northern limit in Canada being restricted to southern Quebec and southern Ontario.

The first version of this recovery strategy was originally posted in 2011. The current version posted here has been amended, as per Section 45 of the Act, from the first version, to include some additional language regarding Traditional Ecological Knowledge.

Consultation period: 2010-09-28 to 2010-11-27

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Mr. Sylvain Paradis
Species at risk coordinator
Parks Canada
3, passage du Chien d'Or
CP 6060 Haute-Ville
Québec, Qc
G1R 4V7
Tel: 418-649-8248
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