First Nations Fisheries

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Water for Fish

Events


The FNFC Water for Fish freshwater initiative hosts monthly “Water Wednesday” teleconferences/webinars with BC First Nations on a variety of topics relating to freshwater planning, management, and governance. It is an opportunity for First Nations to learn from experts and each other. We also host freshwater-related workshops and meetings. For more information, please contact Water for Fish Project Coordinator Geneviève Layton-Cartier at genevieve@fnfisheriescouncil.ca.

 

UPCOMING WATER WEDNESDAY WEBINARS: 

July 10, 2019 from 10-11 AM PT: Let’s Talk About Drought in BC (for First Nations only)

To register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7838893783072377869

In this webinar, FNFC Water for Fish Project Coordinator Geneviève Layton-Cartier will give a short presentation on the current drought situation and forecast across BC and tools (including some under the Water Sustainability Act) that First Nations can use proactively and once water levels hit very low levels. Geneviève will then facilitate a group discussion.

 

OTHER EVENTS: 

July 30-31, 2019: Tribes & First Nations Climate Change Summit 2019

To register: http://atnitribes.org/climatechange/events/2019-ts-agenda/

This Summit is hosted by The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians in Airway Heights (Washington State, USA).