Stiklestad School stream restoration – open day

Stiklestad School stream restoration – open day

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(Program på norsk under/ Program in Norwegian below)

This event is a collaboration between Stiklestad elementary school, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Norwegian Institute of Nature Research (NINA), Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE), Verdal kommune/municipality, and Inn-Trøndelag watershed area/vannområde.

The event will take place outdoors at Brokskitbekken(stream name)  and the school, where we gather locals and regional administrators, politicians, parents and others interested in dissemination, dialogue and better collaboration on and increased understanding of the importance of sea trout streams for biodiversity, education and public health / well-being. The event will present Stiklestad school’s work, the research and activity in the streams (including 3 NMBU master’s theses to be submitted in May 2022), and NVE’s stream restoration in Brokskitbekken. After walking along the stream, there will be dining and cultural elements at the school.

Since 2015, Norwegian University of Life Sciences has had a sea trout stream project in Verdal, where we have electrofished and mapped the status of 40 sea trout streams in the municipality. Researchers and master’s students from NMBU have collaborated with local actors on electrofishing, fish tagging, and measurement of sea trout. Our research has created local commitment and triggered a number of actions in the streams. We have disseminated the activity through the Facebook group “Sea trout streams in Verdal” (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1483179405319140) . NMBU works closely with Stiklestad School, which is with us on field work and has taken the classroom out into the creek through the national scheme “the natural schoolbag”. The school also won the Education Association’s national climate award for its work with the stream.

Program torsdag 2.juni. 

World Fish Migration Day (https://worldfishmigrationday.com ) arrangeres annethvert år en global feiring
for å skape bevissthet om betydningen av vandrende fisk og frflytende vassdrag.
På World Fish Migration Day koordinerer organisasjoner fra hele verden sitt eget arrangement rundt det felles temaet: Å KOBLE FISK, VASSDRAG OG MENNESKER. Så langt har Norge manglet med et slikt arrangement. Det endrer Stiklestad skole, NMBU, NINA, NVE, Verdal kommune og Inn‐Trøndelag vannområde nå. Vi avholder et norsk arrangement torsdag 2.juni i og ved Brokskitbekken/Stiklestad skole.

Program:
Kl 17.30-18.15. Bekkebefaring. Rør som tidligere sperret fisken i 50 år er nå borte. Vi møter grunneier Andreas Valsø og hører om prosessen. Elfisker. Oppmøte Stiklestad nordre (Stiklestad alle 286),. Kan parkere ved gården. Evt. ved kirka.

18.30-20.00. Møt på Stiklestad skole. Elever og ansatte viser og forteller om hva og hvordan de har tatt bekkearbeidet inn i læreplanene, noe som var grunnlaget for hvorfor de fikk Utdanningsforbundets klimapris 2021. Enkel servering. (gratis).
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Additional Details

Online Event - No

Country - Norway

Name of contact person - Stian Stensland

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Date And Time

2022-06-02 @ 17:30 (GMT+0000) to
2022-06-02 @ 20:00 (GMT+0000)
 

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