Posted on November 28, 2016 by Tia Lalani

Fish Traps & Shell Middens! Is Traditional Ecological Knowledge the Way to Sustainability? Join Megan Caldwell on Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 in the Wahkohtowin Lodge for a lunch and learn on traditional ecological knowledge. Exploring the archaeology of the Northern Coast Salish territory in British Columbia, this talk examines the traditional management of marine ecosystems …

megan1Fish Traps & Shell Middens! Is Traditional Ecological Knowledge the Way to Sustainability?

Join Megan Caldwell on Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 in the Wahkohtowin Lodge for a lunch and learn on traditional ecological knowledge. Exploring the archaeology of the Northern Coast Salish territory in British Columbia, this talk examines the traditional management of marine ecosystems over 3,000 years and how the traditional practices of Northern Coast Salish and other Indigenous peoples can inform modern resource management.

Register with Deb at augalum@ualberta.ca or (780) 679-1626. This is a Free event, with a $5 lunch available upon request (students eat free compliments of the Alumni office, but still must register). See more of Megan’s photos below!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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