Join Heiltsuk's Natural Resources Manager & Biologist Diana Chan for a trip to the Great Bear Sea. Wednesday, July 14 at 6 pm, Diana will share the progress of the team who are conducting an ambitious and unique Indigenous Environmental Impact Assessment. We'll also hear from Justin Page of Firelight, the Indigenous-owned consultancy who are conducting the EIA. Learn about the blending of western science with Indigenous knowledge, and discover special shellfish stewardship practices: including cooking techniques and even a recipe!
Megan's sharing is part of the painful but necessary process of healing the area where the Nathan E. Stewart spill occurred.
With the evidence they are gathering, Heiltsuk Nation’s case will take on the polluter (Kirby Corporation), B.C. and Canada, and help determine whose jurisdiction - and knowledge - counts most when it comes to protecting marine ecosystems in Heiltsuk territory.
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