I would like to take this opportunity to welcome our visitors to the Yukon, who come from all over the world.
As we take the time to share our knowledge with each other, thank you for your helpful solutions.
As you learn about our rich history, please remember our First Nation people, who are first born to the Yukon. We would like to share with you our culture, knowledge of the law and our animals.
Even though we live this far north, we are also suffering from climate change as well. However, the good news is that we have new species of plants as well as new animals who are migrating to the Yukon seeking refuge.
Our fall has begun early this year, and we have very few berries once again. There is a shift in our ecosystem, which is very much affecting our animals, which in turn affects us.
But as you travel in our beautiful Yukon, please stay safe and respect our nature.