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Sep 17 2018

It's the 4th annual Wild Salmon Caravan and the dominant run of the sockeye. Come join the caravan and swim them home!

We travel together to honor and celebrate the spirit of wild salmon. Along the way we will share knowledge, wisdom, and values that highlight some of the most sustainable wild salmon fisheries that have persisted since time immemorial.

Dawn Morrison
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Mar 19 2018

The Working Group of Indigenous Food Sovereignty would like to publicly acknowledge and express our deepest gratitude and appreciation for the communities of support that gave, so freely, countless hours of time, energy and a wealth of ideas for planning of programs and logistical coordination for the Wild Salmon Caravan 2017.

Dawn Morrison
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Oct 13 2017

This free webinar will take place on Tuesday, October 24th 2017 from 11 AM to 12:15 PM Pacific Daylight Time and is being hosted by the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) Climate Change Program. This webinar is the second installment of the Topics in Climate Change Adaptation Planning webinar series recently launched by the ITEP Climate Change Program.

Dawn Marsden
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May 5 2017

CCEC is pleased to co-promote the Global Divestment Week, May 5-13,with the Working Group on Indigenous Food Sovereignty, one of our member-owners.

Dawn Morrison
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Feb 23 2017

The BC Food Systems Network received funding from the Communities First: Impacts of
Community Engagement funds for a project that ran from December 2015 through July
2016. This report contains the original project intent as well as the lessons learned and
reflections on the process from Dawn Morrison and Abra Brynne who were involved in the project titled: Responsibility and Relationships: Decolonizing the British Columbia Food
Systems Network / Indigenizing our Praxis

Dawn Morrison
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Feb 23 2017

On December 19, 2016, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau approved the Trans Mountain Pipeline. The owner, Kinder Morgan is threatening to transport diluted bitumen (dil-bit), a highly explosive neurotoxin, across the Fraser River, less than 400 metres near the headwaters. If we allow it, would travel along the entire length of the Thompson in some places as little as 50 metres from the shoreline.

Dawn Morrison
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Dec 8 2016

Advocating for the protection, conservation and restoration of Indigenous food, land and bio-cultural heritage policies, planning and governance proposals in federal election.

Dawn Morrison
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Dec 8 2016

Cross Cultural Interface where Indigenous and Sustainable Agri-food systems intra-act.

Dawn Morrison
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Dec 8 2016

Cultural and spiritual protocols
Background and history
Key concepts
Project updates
Sustainability and Scale
Updates from community and regional networks

Dawn Morrison
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Oct 20 2016

A fundraiser for Musgamagw. Get the fish farms out of the ocean!

Dawn Morrison
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