HOSTING WEBINARS ABOUT LAKES
Prior to Wednesday, May 19, 83 people went in advance to the WHAT'S NEW SECTION on the PARCS website and clicked on the session with Pamela Martin. They received an email confirming their registration and containing a link to click on Wed (7:00 pm).
45 people attended the webinar and 20 completed the following evaluation
1. Overall how satisfied were you with this webinar?
Very Satisfied (14 out of 20 = 70%)
Satisfied (5 out of 20 = 25%)
Dissatisfied (1 out of 20 = 5%) they had connection issues
2. How informative did you find our webinar?
Very informative (17 out of 20 = 85%)
Moderately informative (2 of 20 = 10%)
Not very informative (1 out of 20 = 5%)
3. How was the subject matter?
Too simple (2 out of 20 = 10%)
Just right (18 out of 20 = 90%)
A little too involved/complex (0)
4. How did you hear about the webinar?
Email (14 out of 20 = 70%)
Facebook (2 out of 20 = 10%)
Other (4 out of 20 = 20%) didn’t specify.
5. Are you a member of a resort community?
Yes (19 out of 20 = 95%)
No (1 out of 20 = 5%)
6. Are you concerned about nutrient loading affecting the water quality in Saskatchewan?
Yes (19 out of 19 = 100%)
7. Are you concerned that Saskatchewan does not have a wetland conservation policy?
Yes (19 out of 19 = 100%)
8. Are there any topics you'd like to see covered in future webinars?
Environment vs Development in Sask.
9. Do you have any other feedback?
**Wonderful to have a thoughtful knowledgeable presentation providing information about the "rights of nature" how to work to have those rights become accountable by those who breach that. right.
**We need to rethink 'natural resources' on the basis of 'inherent' rights rather than private ownership of all.
**I made multiple attempts to type a question to no avail. I know you are trying to work kinks out of hosting.
**That was excellent! I love the idea of Earth Law. Growing up on a mixed farm nature moulded my everyday, and I could see how farming practices affected nature, polluting it in some cases and preserving it in others. I value every time I can walk out on what little native prairie we have and feel very protective of it. I am now learning there are more ways to protect it. Thank you!
The next issue is WHETHER DELEGATES WILL GO THE WHAT'S NEW SECTION OF OUR WEBSITE AND REGISTER FOR THE 2nd WEBINAR NEXT WEDNESDAY (May. 26).
PETER LEAVITT will talk about the reasons for the decline in the quality of our lake water. THIS SESSION IS YOUR CHANCE TO ASK A GENUINE EXPERT TO EXPLAIN WHY OUR LAKES AREN'T AS CLEAR AS THEY ONCE WERE. Where is it appropriate to point the finger of blame?