In Person and Online!
Rm #E1130 Health Sciences Bldg, U of S
7:30 PM Thursday, December 8, 2022
Canadian Prairies Prescribed Fire Exchange (CPPFE) is an inter-agency collective established to increase capacity for knowledge sharing and training surrounding the use of prescribed fire as a conservation management tool in Canadian prairie and parkland ecosystems. We recognize that fire is a natural process and that prairie only exists as result of fire, grazing, and drought.
In the Saskatoon region there is a rich history of using prescribed fire to address numerous ecological issues, and we’re currently in an era of accelerated growth with regard to this subject. Join us for a panel discussion with the region’s active burners – Meewasin, University of Saskatchewan, City of Saskatoon Naturalised Parks and the Nature Conservancy of Canada – for an evening of presentations and discussions. This panel discussion will be facilitated by the Canadian Prairies Prescribed Fire Exchange and will provide an opportunity to get a pulse on what is currently happening in the region and where we hope to go.
To contribute questions for the panel, please send an email to email@example.com
Those wishing to attend the meeting in person will meet at Room #E1130 in the Health Sciences Building at the University of Saskatchewan. We will not be providing shared refreshments, so please bring your own drinks and snacks to enjoy after the talk if you wish. Masks are encouraged but not required.
All members who have registered an email address with SNS will continue to receive an email containing the link to join the meeting through Zoom. If you have not registered an email address with us, but would like to do so, please contact Claire Bullaro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miss a talk?
Review previous presentations?
Learn more about our natural world?
Check out below.
If a speaker gives us a copy of a presentation we will have a link set up below.
Woodland Caribou in Saskatchewan
Michael McLaughlan, R.P.F.
Ministry of Environment & Fish, Wildlife & Lands
Click on the arrow for a YouTube version. →
February 2022 – Wetland Drainage and its Impacts on Biodiversity in the Prairie and Parkland Region of Canada – Kiel Drake
September 2022 – Tracking Migratory Birds:Where Do They Really Fly? – Ernesto Carman
Due to Covid-19 workshops have been suspended until further notice.
Saskatoon Nature Society
Connecting People and Nature
Saskatoon Nature Society
Box 27013 Grosvenor Park
Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9