Indigenous Knowledge Aspects of Community-Based Water Monitoring & Data Management

What: Collaborative Monitoring Initiative (CMI) Webinar

Date: April 26th, 2022

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This webinar features the work of Beth Keats, founder of Trailmark Systems in Victoria, B.C, on mobilizing Indigenous Knowledge and the Trailmark app and tool kit. The guardians at T’Sou-ke Nation offer an example of how they use the software for their Traditional Knowledge work and what they hope to use it for with regard to water monitoring.

The second presentation by Michelle TungAshley Raphael, and Rebecca Broadbent highlights a case study by Upper Fraser Fisheries Conservation Alliance (UFFCA) linking water quality monitoring and decision-making.


Recorded April 26, 2022 as part of the Collaborative Monitoring Initiative (CMI) webinar series—a partnership between the POLIS Water Sustainability Project, and the BC Freshwater Legacy Initiative and Watersheds BC, both of which are projects of MakeWay.

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