Developing Salmon-based Educational Programs in the Shuswap

Join our workshop to learn about developing and implementing programs relating to local ecology, salmon, indigenous knowledge, wetlands, and watersheds. Join our discussion about how to develop and sustain place-based educational programs in a BC park and with our greater community.


2:00 PM - 2:45 PM

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  • The Adams River Salmon Society
    Molly Cooperman

    Molly Cooperman: grew up in the Shuswap and feels a strong connection with salmon.  Molly is the educational committee board chair of The Adams River Salmon Society. She works as a WildBC facilitator, SelfDesign Learning Consultant, and part-time facilitator for Kingfisher Interpretive Centre Society.

  • The Adams River Salmon Society
    Brenda Melnychuk

    Brenda Melynchuk: retired elementary school teacher, environmental education leader,  and WildBC facilitator. Current board member of The Adams River Salmon Society on the education development committee.