Water Day hydrometric monitoring at Doig River

DRFN is involved with water security initiatives to understand connectivity between climate,  land use  and  the aquatic environment.  Key to these initiatives is understanding the Beaver People’s connection with water through sharing and exploring their stories, values, relationships, teachings as well as historic and current uses of water.  Our goals are to develop restoration plans, guardianship activities and predictive models inclusive of both western science and Tsáá ché ne dane knowledge and experience as well as deliver outcomes that will improve water security in the territory over time.