Heritage Resources Committee
Physical heritage resources that we steward and the activities that come from them; engaging communities using the resources we have (outreach, information and resources). Examples include the Everett Baker Photos or the Trail Markers along the Fort Walsh to Wood Mountain trail.
Community Engagement Committee
Using the benefits of outreach and partnerships to expand what we do. Identifying and creating relationships and partnerships, collaborations; co-creation with communities.
Anything that is engaging the public and motivating them to engage with history. Delivery, promoting, evaluating.
Publications and Communications Committee
All SHFS communications, including Folklore Magazine, Social Media, and other online communications.
Policy development, implementation and oversight in the areas of: Governance, Human Resources, Finance, Awards, Board structure (including nominations and education), Member relations, and the Annual General Meeting.