Community Activated Aquatic and Riparian Restoration at SṈIDȻEȽ

Explore the complex cultural and ecological landscape stories of SṈIDȻEȽ. This site was a wintering village for the W̱SÁNEĆ peoples for thousands of years. The narrative of its colonization, industrialization, environmental destruction and subsequent First Nations cultural revitalization, and community activated, land and water-based restoration will be the focus of this outdoor class. We’ll walk the land and converse with local knowledge keepers, Elders, activists, learners and educators.

Sessions

1:00 PM - 3:15 PM

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Presenters

  • SeaChange Marine Conservation Society; Seagrass Conservation Working Group; Saanich Peninsula Environmental Coalition, BC Marine Debris Working Group, Northwest Aquatic Marine Educators (NAME) University of Victoria, Department of Geography
    Nikki Wright

    Nikki Wright, a community organizer since the 1970’s, is an Environmental Educator, Conservationist, and the Executive Director of SeaChange Marine Conservation Society.

  • UVIC
    Maleea Acker

    Maleea Acker is an environmental journalist, author, and instructor at the University of Victoria in the Departments of Geography and Canadian Studies. 

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  • UVIC
    Ken Josephson

    Ken Josephson is a Cartographer and community project liaison in UVic’s Geography Department. Both are experienced facilitators of workshops and classes, using collaborative, innovative, community-engaged, in-person, and online methods.

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  • Richard Elliott
  • Zoe Cilliers
  • Pano Skrivanos