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SENSSA Webinars Announcement

The School of Environment and Sustainability Student Association (SENSSA) has organized some webinars for the Campus community. All are welcome.

Going Beyond Parks & Wilderness with CPAWS-SK

Presented by Caitlyn Anhorn

Come hear about how the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) of Saskatchewan uses community-based solutions to save Saskatchewan wilderness and learn how you can get involved in keeping Canada wild on a local and national level!​

There will be 30-minutes of presentation, followed by a Q&A session.

 

Date: May 6

Time: 1:30 p.m. CST (1 hour long)

Link: Zoom || Find your local number

Registration is not necessary

Saskatchewan Farmland Drainage Effects to our Environment

Presented by Jeff Olson, Managing Director, Citizens Environmental Alliance (Saskatchewan) Jeff is a rancher, and retired civil servant as a watershed planner, wetlands specialist, and conservation officer. 

What do the Amazon Rainforest, Great Barrier Reef, and Saskatchewan’s Wetlands have in common?  They are all some of the most endangered and threatened ecosystems in the world. Jeff Olson of the Citizens Environmental Alliance will present on the extent of farmland drainage in Saskatchewan, its effects on our environment, ongoing illegal drainage, lack of enforcement, and the proposed provincial wetland mitigation policy.  There will be an open discussion of the issue and what can be done to address this major environmental threat.  

 

Date: March 30

Time: 1:30 p.m. CST

Link: Zoom || Find your local number

Registration is not necessary

Environmental Education: Stewardship, Mentorship, and Hope

Presented by Adam Young, Canadian Network for Environmental Education

In the face of the environmental crisis is an opportunity to reimagine education. Join Adam Young from the Canadian Network for Environmental Education & Communication (EECOM), who will share with you the role of science communication in education. You will explore educational approaches, hear about the best initiatives happening across Canada today, and learn how you can best tell your science research stories to young people and the public. 

When: March 23 

Time: 1:30 p.m. CST

Link: Zoom || Find your local number 

No registration is necessary.

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