Learning from the Land /Kisokehkimkunen Skitkomiq

A two day virtual workshop, featuring the watershed of the Saint John River (Wolastoq). The event took place over two days, March 16 and March 17, 2021. The following recordings were made of the sessions.

Opening: The Creation of Wolastoq
Wolastoquewi Kci-Sakom spasaqsit possesom
Grand Chief - Ron Tremblay

Soils & Land Use: So Much More than Just Dirt!
Sheldon Hann - AgriCan

Forestry through an Indigenous Perspective, and a Look at Treaty & Land Rights
Steve Ginnish - Natoageneg First Nation

Wocawson Energy Project - a Journey to Construction with Tobique FN
Meg Morris & Megan MacIsaac - Natural Forces

Demystifying Wind Energy in NB
Anna-Lee Vienneau & JP Oullette
Gaia Project & NB Power

Closing Day 1: Lessons Learned in the Traditional Territory of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation
Rian Lougheed-Smith (Dawson City, Yukon)

Opening Day 2: Language, Land and the Love of Story
Walter Paul - St. Mary’s First Nation

Wocawson Wind Project: a Journey to Construction with Tobique FN
Meg Morris & Megan MacIsaac - Natural Forces

Human Impacts go Beyond Land & Water to Community and Culture
Jamie Gorman - Resource Development
Tobique First Nation

The Wabanaki Forest by Dichotomous Key
Bernie Daigle - Natural Resources Canada

Demystifying Wind Energy
Anna-Lee Vienneau- Gaia Project
JP Oullette - NB Power

Hope for the Future through Story & Song
Blue Jay - Ed Perley Tobique First Nation