The Water Stewardship Gathering is a place to gather and grow as water stewards using an approach that braids community action, Indigenous Knowledge, and western science.
Purpose: To inspire and empower water stewardship by sharing knowledge, resources, stories, and raising awareness about water stewardship efforts, research work, and programs.
Event layout: A free, public event with a series of outreach booths and speakers for attendees to learn about local waterways, water programs and stewardship practices, and make connections for collaborating, sharing stories, and becoming better water stewards.
We would like to start the event in a good way and hold space for Traditional Ceremonies/Teachings. The booths, displays, interactive activities, and outreach material will be set-up for the duration of the event and a designated time will be set for speeches, Teachings, and presentations.
Get involved! There are various opportunities to get involved and share your knowledge and stories in a way that works best for you, such as offering an informative display booth/poster, presentation, Traditional Teachings/Knowledge sharing, outreach materials, and/or facilitating in other ways.
Fill out the online event community collaboration form (takes approximately 7 minutes) or email Miranda at info(at)junctioncreek(dot)com.
Click here for a downloadable version of the event poster.