Mapping Archaeological, Cultural, Ecological Values for Decision-Making

Date: April 1st, 2017

In this webinar, the speakers tell the story of how First Nations and local and provincial government partners collaborated through the Kootenay Lake Partnership to gather critical information to guide lake shoreline decision-making. It offers useful insights for those seeking ways to integrate different types of knowledge in a decision-making process and organize a collaborative water management initiative.

Sangita Sudan, General Manager of Development Services, Regional District of Central Kootenay
Heather Leschied, Chair/Program Coordinator, Kootenay Lake Partnership
Nicole Kapell, Environment and Archaeological Stewardship Manager, Ktunaxa Lands & Resources

This webinar was co-hosted by the POLIS Water Sustainability Project, Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources, and First Nations Fisheries Council.