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Fellowship, North

Recommendations for Modernizing the Yukon Scientists and Explorers Act

Meagan Grabowski was born in Dawson City, raised in Whitehorse and continues to live in the Yukon Territory. She completed a B.Sc. in Natural Resource Conservation and an M.Sc. in Zoology at the University of British Columbia. Meagan is interested in alpine and Arctic science, and how this science is communicated to the people who live where it takes place. She has completed over eight field seasons in ecological and climate change research in the circumpolar and boreal regions, as well as research and teaching projects with many northern organizations including Yukon College, Yukon Parks, Council of Yukon First Nations and Wildlife Conservation Society Canada. With the Jane Glassco Northern Fellowship, Meagan completed policy research and analysis on both the Yukon Scientists and Explorers Act, and indigenous courts.

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