As a consulting boreal river ecologist, Annette Luttermann works with Aboriginal communities across Canada primarily investigating the cumulative environmental effects of large hydroelectric developments. Annette holds an interdisciplinary PhD from Dalhousie University where her research focused on the historical effects of dams and impoundments on riparian habitats of the Churchill River in Labrador. Her Masters in Environmental Studies focused on inter-jurisdictional land management issues within the range of the migratory George River caribou herd on the Labrador/Ungava peninsula.
Annette also holds a BA in cultural anthropology from McGill University where she worked on health care and cross-cultural communication with Inuit in northern Québec and Baffin Island.
Annette has been interested in conservation and protected areas for many years. She was a founding member of the Board of CPAWS Nova Scotia, and has worked as a natural history interpreter at Gros Morne National Park.
Dr. Annette Lutterman is a dynamic speaker and leader in Wildsight Golden’s West Bench Study.
As we head out boating, hiking, skiing, biking, sledding, and off-roading, what can it mean for moose and mountain goats, bears and beavers, wolverines and waterfowl if we boldly go everywhere, anytime, and by any means?
There will be a presentation for approximately 30-45 minutes and then a chance for questions and answers.
Join Dr. Annette Lutterman and Wildsight Golden on March 10, 2022 at 7 PM. (Mountain Time).
All presentations will be held on virtually on zoom. Registration is required, please register here.
For more information, email Golden@wildsight.ca.
Thank you to the Town of Golden for your sponsorship of this series!