Water Wednesdays: Watershed Security Fund Webinar

The FNFC  and First Nations Leadership Council invite you to the Watershed Security Fund webinar on January 19 at 10:00 AM PT. Register for the event here. Following a summer of record-breaking heat domes, forest fires, collapsing salmon returns, and now unprecedented flooding, investing in our watershed security has never been more important. A part …

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Wildfire & Aquatic Resources Workshop #1

As climate change continues to intensify, so do natural disasters and emergency situations that impact aquatic habitat and resources. Wild fish populations which are integral to the culture, economy, and livelihood of First Nations of BC can be especially vulnerable. We invite you to participate in a series of workshops that will  provide space to …

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Wildfire & Aquatic resources Workshop #2

As climate change continues to intensify, so do natural disasters and emergency situations that impact aquatic habitat and resources. Wild fish populations which are integral to the culture, economy, and livelihood of First Nations of BC can be especially vulnerable. We invite you to participate in a series of workshops that will  provide space to …

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Expressions of Interest for NEW BC First Nations Water Caucus

The First Nations Fisheries Council of British Columbia is seeking delegates to join a new First Nations Water Caucus. First Nations leadership, staff, and community members are encouraged to indicate their interest by completing the questionnaire by email or phone by Friday, May 27th, 2022. What is the First Nations Water Caucus? The First Nations …

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