17th North American Caribou Workshop

The 17th North American Caribou Workshop provides a professional development opportunity for sharing Indigenous knowledge, discussing approaches to address key challenges to caribou conservation, reporting on caribou status and working together to provide best practices on management and recovery. Some of our Ecologists are looking forward to contributing to this important knowledge share. Golder is proud to be Conference Partner due to the time and efforts of John Virgl who has been a committed member of the Organizing Committee since October 2017.

Technical Presentations:

Working Together to Implement Caribou Habitat Restoration: A Case Study
Speaker: Caitlin Parker
Co-authors: Paula Bentham (Golder), Shauna Huculak (Golder) and Katherine Capot-Blanc (Fort Nelson First Nation)

An Indirect Approach for Integrating Indigenous Traditional Knowledge with Caribou Science
Speaker: Christine Robichaud
Co-authors: Dan Coulton (Golder), John Virgl (Golder), Kim Dawe (Quest University), and Amanda Karras (Golder)

Poster Presentations:

The Influence of the Meadowbank Mine on Caribou Seasonal Habitat Use
Presenter: Corey De La Mare on behalf of Jaewoo Kim

Developing a Restoration Plan for BC’s South Peace Northern Caribou (SPNC)
Presenter: Paula Bentham (Golder), Scott Schilds (BC Ministry of Forests Lands Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development)

A detailed schedule is available on Preliminary Program | NACW 2018

Date

Oct 29 2018 - Nov 02 2018

Time

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location

Delta Ottawa Centre
101 Lyon Street North

Organizer

Leah Harvey
Email
Leah_Harvey@golder.com

Golder uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. By continuing to use this website, we assume that you consent to receive all cookies on our website.

OK Learn More