Join us for Guardian's After Hours - a second monthly drop-in event at a more flexible time for Indigenous Guardians who are often not able to join during daytime working hours.
For November’s Guardian's Hour, we will discussing how Indigenous Guardians communicate with resource users during high-traffic seasons in your territory (such as harvest or hunting season[s]).
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. To learn more about communicating in the field here.
Learn more about communicating in the field here.
About this event
Guardian's After Hours 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 for 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 After Hours is designed specifically to be a space just for Guardians to connect about their field work and experiences.
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