Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) is developing a national Management Plan for Wolverine in Canada.
Wolverine was listed as Special Concern under the federal Species at Risk Act in 2018. The workshop will focus on conservation, recovery measures and how to measure recovery for Wolverine. The next two workshops are planned for October 23rd and October 30th 2023. Funding is available for up to 2 participants per organization. (Financial support may be available for additional participants per organization but will depend on registration numbers. To receive funding participants must register for the workshop (or provide their name, email address, title, organization and mailing address to CIER at Rcharette@yourcier.org).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anyone with an interest in wolverine is welcome
Wolverine harvesters and trappers
Anyone who works in areas related to the environment and community engagement (e.g., Land and Resource Managers or Stewards, Indigenous Guardians, Land Use Planners, Traditional Land Use Coordinators, Wildlife Biologists, Lands Researchers, Referral/Consultation Officers or Coordinators, Environmental Coordinators or Liaisons, Cultural Heritage or Cultural Resources positions, Elder Liaisons or Support).
Community leaders, youth representatives, and observers with an interest in wolverine.
If you are interested in attending the workshop, please:
Register by following the link below:
October 23rd 1 pm – 3 pm MST
October 30th 10 am – 12 pm MST
If you need support with registration, please contact Thomas McKay at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at: 204-670-4600.
For more information, please feel free to reach out to Bruce Laurich, Species at Risk Biologist with the Canadian Wildlife Service (email@example.com), and Rachel Charette, Biodiversity Project Manager with the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (firstname.lastname@example.org).