Learning and Engagement Dialogue: Indigenous Partnerships in Aquatic Habitat Management and Restoration
This event is hosted by Aquatic Habitat Canada (AHC), a national network supporting aquatic habitat protection and restoration.
For this event, we have the pleasure of hosting expert speakers from multiple sectors to present their knowledge on the topic, Indigenous Perspectives in Aquatic Habitat Management and Restoration, and illustrate examples of Indigenous involvement and relationship-building to ensure impactful outcomes in their work. Presentations will highlight Indigenous-led and co-led initiatives and explore how Indigenous values are incorporated in aquatic habitat science.
The webinar will also include an open panel discussion and a Q&A period.
Our panel speakers include:
• Dr. Catherine Febria (Healthy Headwaters Lab)
• Jennifer Sylliboy (Unama’ki Institute of Natural Resources)
• Kathleen Ryan (Saugeen Ojibway Nation)
This outreach event is part of AHC’s Learning & Engagement Dialogue webinar series, and is intended to be informative and educational, while allowing for public engagement. We welcome all perspectives and experiences at the event and hope to host a learning forum for our community. We look forward to seeing you there.