Fri, 22 February 2019
Dr. Edward Hind-Ozan is back again for his segment "What's Going On In Marine Social Science This Week." Today, Edd and I discuss a participatory study of Indigenous communities within the Salish Sea.
The study involves two marine social scientists who participate in a large community canoe trip to bring together the youth and elders of the communities as they connect with their culture through nature.
Take a listen to find out how the event was designed to bring communities together by the sea.
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Direct download: SUFB_S708_ParticipatoryScienceWithIndiginousCommunitiesWithDrEddHindOzan.mp3
Category:Participatory Science -- posted at: 1:01pm EDT