Kate is passionate about protecting our environment and is strongly committed to ensuring Indigenous communities have a voice in water stewardship and governance processes. She has a B.A. in Environmental and Native Studies from Trent University and a M.E.S from University of Waterloo. Kate has over 10 years of experience working in the environmental field and with Indigenous communities across Canada and rural, remote communities in developing countries. She has worked with the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER) since 2014.

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The Earth is said to be a woman. In this way it is understood that woman preceded man on the Earth. She is called Mother Earth because from Her come all living things. Water is Her life blood. It flows through Her, nourishes Her, and purifies Her.1 No matter where people reside, what we do […]

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