You may recall last year’s partnership between Prince Albert Model Forest and the University of Saskatchewan’s History Collaboratorium– a collaboration that ended in the authorship of this best practices handbook.
We are delighted to announce the start of another partnership with the History Collab, and to introduce you to this year’s summer student!
“My name is Aidan Wickenhauser and am currently in the midst of completing a degree in Psychology, with a minor in Ethics, Justice, and Law. I have always possessed a passion for nature, spending every possible second outdoors. Camping, canoeing, and hiking are some of my favourite pastimes, but when those aren’t available, you’ll often find me playing piano or reading a book.
This summer, I will be working under the U of S History department, in conjunction with Prince Albert Model Forest and the Prince Albert Grand Council. During this time, I will be aiding in the development of a protocol document, outlining the proper procedure required when an individual or organization wishes to do research with the Indigenous communities of Northern Saskatchewan.