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.
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.
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.