A gathering of knowledge keepers around salmon conservation.
September 30 – October 1, 2018
QUAAOUT LODGE & RODERICK HAIG-BROWN PROVINCIAL PARK
(Secwepemc Traditional Territory, Squilax, British Columbia)
Join a conversation to create action plans with Indigenous and scientific communities around the urgency of protection, conservation and restoration of wild Pacific salmon and their habitat.
Who is welcome at the Shuswap Salmon Symposium?
People and organizations interested in salmon conservation
This may include general public, Indigenous people, fisheries employees, scientists, activists, decision makers, parks employees, students, The Adams River Salmon Society members, water governance researchers, educators
If you feel you have an interest in understanding salmon conservation from a scientific and indigenous perspective, this will be a place for Traditional Ecological Knowledge and western science to come together.