The PROGRESS Lab members with some participants at the PAMF AGM

The PROGRESS lab goes to the Prince Albert Model Forest Annual General Meeting

Approximately 10 Students and faculty in the PROGRESS lab, SENS and the Johnson-Shoyama School of Public Policy attended the Annual meeting of the Prince Albert Model Forest on Thursday June 16

John presenting preliminary findings from his field research in Kyoto.

Mistawasis First Nation, one of the newest partners with the Prince Albert Model Forest, hosted the event, offering a wonderful lunch including stew and bannock for the visitors. John Boakye-Danquah presented preliminary results of his research in Kyoto while Lorelei Ford spoke about risk perception related to drinking water quality in rural and First Nation communities. The Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve was welcomed as a new member of the Board. The event confirmed the commitment of all parties to work together to address mutual challenges and advance goals of sustainability in the region.

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