Conservation planning

Watching, Listening, and Learning to Understand Change - Developing a Community-Based Monitoring (CBM) Initiative in Ontario's Far North

Cheryl Chetkiewicz and Gleb Raygorodetsky


Recommended citation

Cheryl Chetkiewicz and Gleb Raygorodetsky (2017). Watching, Listening, and Learning to Understand Change - Developing a Community-Based Monitoring (CBM) Initiative in Ontario's Far North. Conservation Report. https://library.wcs.org/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?EntryId=33982&PortalId=96&DownloadMethod=attachment

Justina Ray

Justina Ray

President & Senior Scientist

Cheryl Chetkiewicz

Cheryl Chetkiewicz

Director, Indigenous Communities and Conservation

Learning from Lake Sturgeon

Learning from Lake Sturgeon

Big fish need healthy rivers.

Learning from the biggest and smallest animals in the river

Learning from the biggest and smallest animals in the river

Some of the smallest animals in the river can tell us a lot about the health of the river.

Yukon Climate Change

Yukon Climate Change

Why we need to plan for a changing climate and landscape