Community Dialogue: What do you value in the Salish Sea?

Are you concerned about the state of the Salish Sea ecosystems and species at risk? Have you heard about the proposed National Marine Conservation Area for the Southern Strait of Georgia? Do you have questions or input that you would like to discuss in regards to protecting the Salish Sea? Come join us for a community Dialogue organized by our friends at Georgia Strait Alliance about what you value in the Salish Sea and the proposal for establishing a National Marine Conservation Area in the Southern Strait of Georgia. They will give you a short presentation to update everyone on the state of the Salish Sea and the NMCA process, and then we will engage in a facilitated community dialogue with the Georgia Strait Alliance and local community conservation groups (including staff from the Galiano Conservancy Association). We hope to see you there! If you have any questions, please contact the Georgia Strait Alliance at species@georgiastrait.org
 
This event is taking place on the Traditional Territories of the Coast Salish Peoples. Everyone is welcome. We would like to hear a diversity of views an opinions. Light snacks and beverages will be provided.
 

Date: Sunday March 12th
Time: 2-4 pm
Location: Galiano Millard Learning Centre
10825 Porlier Pass Rd. Galiano Island BC V0N 1P0
Learn more about the Centre here
 
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Jenna has a B.A. in Geography from McMaster University, and a M.A. in Environmental Studies at UVic. Her research background has focused on peatland ecohydrology and understanding the management challenges of landscape change in the Rocky Mountains. Her position focuses on capacity building activities, partnership development, species at risk recovery and strengthening new and existing fundraising programs. Jenna is passionate about conservation in the Gulf Islands and BC, with a special interest in planned giving as a way of enabling communities and individuals to reach their conservation goals.

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