Prairie Fish works in partnership with Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations, communities and governments to develop strategic vision, and build the policies, processes and programs necessary to realize that vision. We provide ongoing capacity building at an organizational and individual level, and use collaborative, participatory approaches to assist in decision-making and moving people toward their goals. Our expertise is in the fields of social, cultural and community development, crown consultation, regulatory processes, engagement and community-based resource management.
For the past 20 years Sara has worked with Indigenous communities, ENGOs, government and industry on building relationships and moving people toward their development goals. With an MA in cultural anthropology Sara has experience in socio-economic and environmental planning, consultation, communication, engagement, capacity building and traditional land use and indigenous knowledge studies. Using participatory techniques, she looks to empower clients through developing and facilitating collaborative processes that assist communities, industry, government and nongovernmental organizations to work more effectively with each other and their resources.