Indigenous Moose Monitoring and Stewardship – Part 2

In the last decade, Indigenous peoples across Canada have been sounding the alarm about moose populations and their habitats. Moose, a species of deep importance to many Indigenous peoples, cultures, and communities across Canada, have declined in numbers dramatically in many areas – with far-reaching impacts to Indigenous communities, food security, cultures, and ways of […]

Arctic Resilience Forum: Infrastructure

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including: December 9: […]

Arctic Resilience Forum: Respecting Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Systems

The Arctic Resilience Forum will be convened every Wednesday from 11:30am – 1:00pm (EST) over a series of ten weeks, beginning October 7, 2020. The online series seeks to engage a broad audience in conversations about how to build the resilience of Arctic communities and ecosystems across a variety of focus areas, including: December 16: […]

Webinar: Reconciling Ways of Knowing: Indigenous Knowledge and Science Online Forum series: ‘Connecting Spiritually with the Land and Each Other.’

About this Event JOIN US IN STARTING OFF THE NEW CALENDAR YEAR FOR THE NEXT IN OUR SERIES OF DIALOGUES ON RECONCILING WAYS OF KNOWING We are pleased to announce the next dialogue in our Reconciling Ways of Knowing: Indigenous Knowledge and Science Online Forum series: ‘Connecting Spiritually with the Land and Each Other.’ Join […]

$10.00

Webinar: Virtual Campfire Series – Nature and Carbon: Opportunities and Challenges for Indigenous Leadership

The Anishnawbe Business Professional Association is pleased to kick off the 2021 season of their Virtual Campfire Series with the first of three webinars on Indigenous-led natural climate solutions co-hosted with the Conservation Through Reconciliation Partnership. The presenters will explore how Indigenous communities could benefit from business opportunities related to land stewardship while reducing climate […]

Indigenous Mapping Workshop – GIS Cloud: Intro to Field Data Collection

Introduction to Field Data CollectionEmpowering the Everday Workflow With Online GIS Information: GIS Cloud is a collaborative mapping platform for field data collection, team management and map sharing in real-time. In our introductory course, we’ll cover the fundamentals of GIS Cloud apps and platforms. You’ll learn how to transform your project workflow from paper to […]

Reconciling Ways of Knowing: Online Forum 8 (Webinar)

This dialogue will be hosted on Thursday, March 4 at 9:00 am Pacific / 11:00 am Central / 1:00 pm Atlantic About this Event Join us on March 4 for the follow-up Dialogue to January’s “Connecting Spiritually with the Land and Each Other.” The Reconciling Ways of Knowing: Indigenous Knowledge and Science Online Forum Series […]

$12.20 – $56.76

Webinar – Introduction to STREAM

STREAM Webinar Series General Information: The purpose of this four-part webinar series hosted by Living Lakes Canada is to introduce the STREAM (Sequencing The Rivers for Environmental Assessment and Monitoring) […]

Webinar – Introduction to CABIN

General Description of STREAM Webinar Series The purpose of this four-part webinar series hosted by Living Lakes Canada is to introduce the STREAM (Sequencing The Rivers for Environmental Assessment and […]