Is your Indigenous Guardian program working on an exciting project? Do you have some Guardian tips and tricks that you would like to share with others? Maybe a story from your Indigenous Guardian work that always makes you laugh? For June’s Guardian’s Hour, we will come together for an informal Indigenous Guardian sharing circle to chat about all things Guardians.
Hosted by Gitanyow Lax'yip Guardian and TST facilitator, Jimmy Morgan, Guardian's Hour is a free monthly event exclusively for Indigenous Guardians (the technicians or on-the-land workers who are part of an Indigenous Guardians program) to connect and engage in conversation about their work in the field.
About this event
Guardian's Hour is a free monthly event exclusively for Indigenous Guardians (the technicians or on-the-land workers who are part of an Indigenous Guardians program) to discuss the unique elements of their work in an inclusive and confidential space. Many of the other events run by the Indigenous Guardians Technical Support Team (the TST) are open to both managers/coordinators of Guardian programs, Guardians themselves, as well as others interested in learning more. However, Guardian's Hour is designed specifically to be a space just for Guardians to connect about their field work and experiences.
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