10, Tsothóhrha/December, 2020 – A reforestation strategy has been prepared to compensate for the trees that will be cut on the North Wall in association with the Hydro Line 2 Dismantlement project.
The Tekakwitha Island and Bay Restoration (formerly called Recreation Bay Restoration) project is moving forward, and construction will start in 2020.
KEPO carries out many different educational initiatives. We prepare and deliver presentations or workshops on a wide variety of environmental topics. KEPO provides environmental knowledge at community events, youth groups and summer camp activities, and gives talks or field walks for local schools. Throughout the years we have developed many educational resources about our environment in Kahnawà:ke and Tioweró:ton.
A printable poster on the basics of climate change.
A printable local bird ID booklet featuring the English, scientific and Kanien’kéha names.