The sixth in a series of webinars hosted by Pollinator Partnership Canada with Habitat Acquisition Trust, Saanich Native Plants, and Parks Canada. The webinar series is for land managers, students, farmers, and gardeners with a focus on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands.
This webinar will cover the historical relationship that W̱SÁNEĆ and Lekwungen peoples have to their respective territories, since time immemorial, and how this relationship continues today. This perspective will share an Indigenous worldview on how to be in relation to TENEW (land/water), the management of ḰȽOEL (camas) meadows, and challenges Indigenous peoples continue to face while they access their traditional food systems and territories.
For more information on this webinar series see: https://islandpollinatorinitiative.ca/new-webinars
Webinars are ~1hr of presentation followed by ~20min for questions.
Webinars will be recorded and posted online at islandpollinatorinitative.ca for free and open access so please only register if you plan to attend the live webinar