Interested in gaining some insights and ideas on how to build climate resilience in Canadian fisheries?
In an upcoming webinar (May 5, 9-11am PDT), hosted by Jenn Burt from Nature United, participants will learn how U.S. collaborations are advancing the development of climate resilient fisheries, and how Canadian fishers/harvesters can repilcate these efforts.
Open for anyone to join, this free webinar is primarily geared to harvesters, crew or anyone working within or connected to the fishing industry in Canada. The webinar will feature a suite of guests from the U.S. East and West Coasts, including Alaska, and there will be time at the end for open Q&A and discussion.
When: May 5, 2023 - 9-11am PDT
Where: Online via Zoom: https://tnc.zoom.us/j/94510500419
For details and information on panelists, see the webinar backgrounder (pdf)
Gway Kirchner - Marine Fisheries Project Director, The Nature Conservancy (Oregon Chapter)
Kiley Dancy - Fishery Management Specialist, Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council
Franz Simon - Postdoctoral Research Scientist, The Nature Conservancy
Susan Chambers - Deputy Director, West Coast Seafood Processors Association
Captain Tom Roller - Owner and Founder, Beaufort-based WaterDog Guide Service
Eric Reid - Fisheries Consultant
Jenn Burt - British Columbia Marine Program Lead, Nature United