SEPTEMBER 19th, 2020
Call to Action – Join the procession and presentations via livestreaming on facebook Wild Salmon Caravan.
As we are following strict COVID 19 protocols we are calling for people to join the procession and presentations ONLINE. If you have not been personally invited to the event we ask that you join us virtually via livestreaming on facebook Wild Salmon Caravan.
8:30am – Ceremony False Creek near Science World
10-11am – Procession via Prior to Venables, Georgia, Hawk, to Strathcona Park
11am – Photo and Art Exhibit Tours at Strathcona Park
12-1pm – Presentations by Artists in Residence and Wild Salmon Caravan Leaders Dawn Morrison and Eddie Gardner. Honouring Wild Salmon and Indigenous Foodlands at Tent City
1pm – Closing
SEPTEMBER 20th, 2020
Time: 11 am – 12:30 pm
Via livestream facebook
Register to get a reminder: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/indigenous-peoples-and-wild-salmon-conservation-tickets-119956283473
Join us on Sept 20, 2020 with this amazing line up of Indigenous thought leaders who will come together for this panel discussion!
Each speaker will discuss how Indigenous Peoples are important for conservation of our important finned relatives, as well as how we must reconceptualize a framework for both coastal and inland fisheries policies, planning and governance.
Panelists will represent Indigenous knowledge, wisdom, and values ‘grounded in practice’ within inter-tribal networks where the strength of Indigenous fisheries governance lives.
The discussion will be moderated by Dawn Morrison, Curator of Research and Relationships for the Working Group on Indigenous Food Sovereignty.
Share widely and stay tuned for more detailed information coming soon!