Brown Bag Lunch: Speaker Series

MEET DR. DOUG CLARK, A UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN PROFESSOR WHOSE RESEARCH FOCUSES ON MANAGING BEAR-HUMAN CONFLICTS

Living in bear country means realizing we need to treat bears as neighbours, and learning how to respect their needs. Yukon College's campus is in bear country. A student-led initiative is driving the College community to become more "bear smart”. But what does it really mean for people who work and live on campus?

Doug Clark holds the Centennial Chair in Human Dimensions of Environment & Sustainability at uSask’s School of Environment & Sustainability. He is a former National Park warden and has conducted research on all three North American bear species.

Join Doug for a presentation on how people in other northern communities live safely and respectfully with bears, and the lessons they have for us here.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3
A2206     12-1      
BRING YOUR LUNCH!

The Yukon College Brown Bag Lunch Series is an opportunity for instructors, researchers, and students of Yukon College to share knowledge with the public in an informal setting.

Want to join Dr. Clark from the comfort of your own computer or mobile device?

Email bbl@yukoncollege.yk.ca
to request a weblink to the live presentation.

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