Loading ...

Food for Thought: The Salmon People Podcast - Discussion Sessions | Sustainable Seneca | Seneca Students

Home » Spaces » Sustainable Seneca » Calendar » Food for Thought: The Salmon People Podcast - Discussion Sessions
Sustainable Seneca

Leave Space :

Are you sure you want to leave this space?

Join this space:

Join this space?

Edit navigation item

Required The name that will appear in the space navigation.
Required The url can point to an internal or external web page.
Login to follow, share, and participate in this space.
Not a member?Join now
Sep 25

Food for Thought: The Salmon People Podcast - Discussion Sessions

9/25/2023 1:30 PM 2:30 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
Online - Teams meeting

Audience:  Students and staff

Date:  September 25

Time: 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.

Link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_YWY0YWFjZjItMGE1MS00OTNiLThjY2ItN2I2MDJjYzc5NmU3%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%22eb34f74a-58e7-4a8b-9e59-433e4c412757%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%225d25fe91-fcaf-4e21-bca3-3d827c8cbc94%22%7d


Join the Office of Reconciliation and Inclusion and the Office of Sustainability, for a three-part event, called “Food for Thought''. These events are being organized in celebration of the #WorldFoodDay, which takes place every year on October 16, and is one of the most celebrated days of the United Nations calendar. #WorldFoodDay highlights food insecurity and how to create a better future for food, people and the Earth.

Part 1: Listen to “The Salmon People” podcast by Sandra Bartlett and The National Observer. Then, join our discussion groups on Teams, hosted by Paula Echeveste. The discussion groups will take place on September 25, October 2 and October 16 at 1:30 p.m. (Meeting ID: 297 048 141 510, Passcode: b2s2xS)

Part 2: Attend “The Salmon People” panel, featuring: award-winning reporter and producer Sandra Bartlett; Indigenous Ecologist & Engagement Specialist, Gary Pritchard; and TRCA Community Outreach Educator, Tisha Tan.

Part 3: Come on an adventure! Join us for “Adventures of the Salmon” to discover the salmon migration along the Humber River Recreational Trail. Learn about different salmon species, their life cycle, and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) efforts in supporting their well-being in GTA waters. Don't forget to watch out for the incredible sight of salmon leaping upstream to spawn while exploring the creek! Lunch is provided, so register today, as spots are limited.

Contact: sustainability@senecacollege.ca

Comments (no comments yet)