This video is a recording of the first-ever webinar hosted by the Canadian Conservation and Land Management (CCLM) Knowledge Network on October 28, 2021. By viewing this webinar, you will learn more about the recent work of two renowned Canadian researchers and how their work has benefited from various collaborations and communication across diverse stakeholder groups.
During his presentation, Ronnie Drever, a Senior Conservation Scientist for Nature United, highlights some of the key goals and findings from a recent research project he was involved with, titled Conservation through co-occurrence: Woodland caribou as a focal species for boreal biodiversity.
Maria Strack, a professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Management at the University of Waterloo and a Tier II Canada Research Chair in Ecosystems and Climate, shares important learnings from her work in peatland restoration.
The webinar closes with a brief presentation on how the CCLM (www.cclmportal.ca) facilitates knowledge exchange and information on how organizations can get involved.