Recovery teams are the focal group that work cooperatively toward the recovery of a species and advise the Minister of Lands and Forestry regarding the recovery of species at risk. Members are appointed to recovery teams by the Minister based on the skill and knowledge of the individual as it relates to recovery of species.
As part of our efforts to renew our species-at-risk recovery programs, Nova Scotia is creating new Recovery Teams for listed species. New teams may be appointed for single species, or for multiple species in cases where the similarities in taxon, biology, threats or ecology create opportunities for better coordination, knowledge exchange and efficiency.
The following are Recovery Teams and members currently appointed as of April 15, 2019: