Raincoast seeks session abstracts for Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference

black and white photograph of three orca whales breaching

Photo by Karoline Cullen.

Raincoast is chairing a session at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference on ecological resilience in the Lower Fraser River and we are seeking session abstracts.

Our goal is to bring together Indigenous leaders, researchers and conservationists to share progress on collaborative initiatives for salmon habitat protection, recovery and ecological resilience in the Lower Fraser River. Presentations will explore how conservation and restoration initiatives proceed in the context of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), issues of relevance across the Salish Sea.

We are interested particularly in receiving abstracts that discuss methods and approaches that address Indigenous priorities, perspectives and participation in conservation decision making.

The deadline for abstract submission is November 1st. The session ID is 1438.

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