Peel comment submission events
We will be holding four fun events to engage with the community and provide an opportunity to submit comments.
Protect the Peel Open House - Yukon Conservation Society
Thursday October 25, 2018. 4:30-6:30pm @ 302 Hawkins Street, Whitehorse
Join CPAWS Yukon and the Yukon Conservation Society for an information session on the Peel Watershed final consultations! Free entry and snacks will be provided. Have you questions answered and submit your comments to protect this pristine landscape.
Stay tuned on our facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/907190749491619/
Working in the Wilderness: A business case for protecting the Peel Watershed - Co(space) Yukonstruct Hub
Thursday November 1, 2018. 6:30-8:30pm @ 2180 2nd Avenue, Whitehorse
Join CPAWS Yukon and the Yukon Conservation Society for a screening of Paddle for the North. Special presentations by Bobbi Rose Koe, co-founder of Youth of the Peel. Stay tuned for more speakers! Free entry and snacks will be provided.
Stay tuned on our facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1832703673465872/
Lights, Camera, Take Action: Move Screening & Comment Blitz - Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre
Thursday November 8, 2018. 6:30-9pm @ Alaska Hwy - Km1423, Whitehorse
Can't make it to the screening on November 1st? Join CPAWS Yukon and the Yukon Conservation society for an encore screening of Paddle for the North. Special presentation by Dave Loeks, former Chairman of the Peel Watershed Planning Commission. Free entry and snacks will be provided.
Stay tuned on our facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/633625260373768/
Wilderness Pop Up Art Shop - CPAWS Yukon
Wednesday November 14, 2018. 5-8pm @ 506 Steele Street, Whitehorse
Come support local artsits at this Peel Watershed themed art shop at the CPAWS Yukon office. Stay tuned for special guest speakers. CPAWS staff will be available to answer your questions about final consultations and provide an area for you to submit your comments on the Peel Watershed.
Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter for updates on speakers and artists.
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