Dig In: Webinar Recordings from Partner Organizations

Dig In: Webinar Recordings from Partner Organizations

Some of our partner organizations have hosted some really awesome webinars last month and we wanted to share them with you. Dig in!

Living Lakes Canada: Indigenous-led Water Relationships within the Columbia Basin Webinar Series

This three-part webinar series was organized to make time, space and place for the Ktunaxa, Secwepemc, Syilx-Okanagan/Sinixt Peoples to share values, relationships and responsibilities for and with Water, now and for the future of the water in the Columbia Basin.

Ktunaxa Knowledge Relationships: Jim Clarricoates & Norm Allard 

Secwepemc Knowledge Relationships: Kukpi7 Wayne Christian & Robyn Laubman

Syilx-Okanagan/Sinixt Knowledge Relationships: Byron Louis, Dallas Goodwater & Rob Edward

B.C. Wildlife Federation

Join the Wetlands Education Program and Wetlands Workforce for the 2021 Wetlands Institute Speaker Series! This event is a series of free ($100+ value) workshops aimed to give participants important knowledge and skills about wetland stewardship, restoration and construction. How is a wetland formed and changed based on it’s hydrology? How vulnerable are the wetlands when it comes to climate change? Learn about the various types of wetlands and their hydrological functions in B.C. with senior hydrologists at MacHydro and explore the vulnerability of wetlands with the changing climate.

Wetland Hydrology and Climate Vulnerability- Wetlands Institute Speaker Series 2021