Salmon-Safe BC Communities Dialogue: A Just Recovery for Urban Landscapes

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Salmon-Safe BC Dialogues create space for those involved in land development to identify strategic areas to support ecosystem health.

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Salmon-Safe BC Communities dialogues create the space for those involved in land development to identify strategic areas in which the Salmon-Safe standards can be applied to improve ecosystem health in the development process. The topic of this dialogue is A Just Recovery for Urban Landscapes. This dialogue will feature a presentation from Sierra Tasi Baker of Sky Spirit Consulting, a Coast Salish operated consulting company that focuses on Indigenous design, community engagement, and research methods.

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  • 11:30 am Welcome & Introductions
  • 11:35 am Intro to Salmon-Safe BC
  • 11:45 am Presentation from Sierra Tasi Baker
  • 12:05 pm Questions for clarification
  • 12:20 pm Facilitated break out discussions
  • 12:45 pm Final questions & thoughts
  • 12:55 pm Closing

About Sierra Tasi Baker:

Sierra Tasi Baker has her Masters in Sustainable Urbanism (MSc) from University College London in the UK. She was presented to Her Majesty the Queen for academic excellence (Only two students from Canada were selected for the program). She is the lead consultant at Sky Spirit Consulting, an intergenerational Coast Salish Consulting firm specializing in decolonizing design + consultation. Her clients include the City of Vancouver, the City of North Vancouver, Oceans and Fisheries Canada, and various Museums in the UK. She has also worked for BC EcoSphere, and was on the Federal Youth Environment Council created by Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Environment and Climate Change. She is also currently co-chair of the Squamish Nation Hiyam Housing Society and the Squamish Nation Climate Emergency Technical Committee.

This event is by invitation only, however, we welcome you to share the opportunity to attend with those in your networks involved in land management and development.

Once you've registered, you will receive a zoom link to join this event prior to the event start date.

If cost is a barrier to your participation in this event, please reach out to ktaylor@fraserbasin.bc.ca.

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