Microplastics are small plastic particles that are generally derived from the breakdown of larger plastic debris. In addition, microplastics include tiny plastic beads used for sandblasting and as micro scrubbers in body wash and beauty products. Microplastic debris has the ability to negatively impact fish populations through increased mortality, decreased fecundity, and adverse behavioral changes.
The Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds (SAW) secured funding to provide training for watershed staff. The theme of this workshop was “Starting Good Relationships” and was held on February 5 and 6, 2020 at the First Nations University in Regina. Converging Pathways Consulting, led by Chris McKee and Kallie Wood, guided us through this workshop. Converging Pathways