April 20 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us on April 20th from 10 AM -12 PM PT for a conversation about land-based learning and water conservation!
The panel will discuss the importance of land-based learning and its connection to advancing water health. Come and hear about the panelist’s experience in setting up land base camps for youth and for working Indigenous professionals. Panelists will share their insights as well as first-hand experiences as land-based educators.
This webinar is hosted by the Water For Fish program at the First Nations Fisheries Council.
Who should attend?
First Nations Water leaders, experts, community members interested in learning, hearing and thinking of starting a land base program in their community.
First Nations organizations and technicians involved in First Nations water and land management, conservation, stewardship and education.
Consultants, industry, academia, and other non-governmental entities involved in First Nations water and land activities.