Bridging Cultures- Ethical Space for Indigenous Voices

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Gary Pritchard, Cara Nelson

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Abstract The practice of ecological restoration has grown in recent decades, yet the profession is still developing methods of how to best work with Indigenous Peoples. This event is looking at how can we begin to bridge and break down barriers to meaningful engagement with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples. Strive together to be inclusive of both knowledge systems (western written and Indigenous oral histories) to create a conservation and restoration frameworks that has more focus on positioning practitioners to restore the damages to Mother Earth and their commitments through the Treaty making process. This program is meant to be interactive as best we can in a virtual setting, topics that will be introduced in the presentation will include: • Ethical Space, • Two-eyed Seeing, • Co-governance and • Achieving Nation to Nation success.

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Conference Presentation, SER2021

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