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Maskwacis resident finding her way into a renewable energy career

5 Tips & Tricks for Networking on LinkedIn

In our increasingly digital world, one primary place to build a community and network is LinkedIn. Continue reading

Maskwacis resident finding her way into a renewable energy career

“This could change the world,” thought Starla Strong, when she saw the modern solar panels being installed at Maskwacis Cultural College. Continue reading

Hands-on experience is important to renewable job skills

“I like to do my part for the planet,” says one of our Iron & Earth alumni. Continue reading

CCP at Climate Week in NYC

Iron & Earth visits the biggest climate action event of the year Continue reading

Condensed Solar Skills Program in La Ronge

Register now for our 2-day Community Solar Skills Program Continue reading

Upcoming Wind Skills Training Program

In partnership with Maskwacis Cultural College and Pigeon Lake Health Centre, Iron & Earth is presenting our Community Wind Skills Training Program. Continue reading

Top Five Places to Grow Your Network

Networking: love it or hate it, it’s a required part of any job change.  A strong network can improve your job search process and make getting a new role faster and easier.  Continue reading

Our picks for Cleantech job sites

Start with our Climate Career Portal, but when you want to widen your job search here are some options. Continue reading

Solar and wind power in Maskwacis – a look back

In September of 2022, as part of Iron & Earth’s Renewable Skills Initiative, with support from Bullfrog Power and BASF Canada, the ribbon was cut on the Maskwacis Cultural College Project. Continue reading

Coping with Climate Change in the Dehcho

“We need solar, especially with the impacts of climate change, and we need a cleaner environment,” says Catherine Sanguez. Continue reading

Iron & Earth is committed to partnering with Indigenous workers to empower their communities to become self-sufficient in training programs, clean energy transition projects, and employment opportunities to combat environmental racism. It falls to all of us to continue the work of healing and reconciliation in our communities and our organizations. Our relationship with the land and the people who live here shapes who we are. It is in the spirit of reconciliation and honouring the past that we recognize treaties and agreements wherever they are and wherever we work.

We also acknowledge all peoples who live, work, and play on this land, and who honour and celebrate this territory.
As individuals and teams we may make mistakes along the way, but we are dedicated to growth, openness, compassion, and forgiveness. These principles in our work are essential to building successful and healthy relationships with individuals, communities, organizations, and governments.

We look forward to building a path to lead us to a better relationship with Indigenous nations and the environment around us based on peace, friendship, and respect.