Concerned about the erasure of indigenous voices in water management practices, Water Dialogues "explores our conversations around the need to bring our diverse knowledge systems together to address the complex and increasingly critical water issues we face today." The three-chapter podcast (which is available at the link above to stream as individually parts, or as one full episode) was created by Lindsay Day as a part of her Master of Science thesis at the University of Guelph. Day worked in conjunction with a larger project exploring "methods and models for effectively and equitably implementing Indigenous and Western knowledge in water research and management in Canada," which included holding two Water Gatherings, collaborative meetings organized to bring together diverse ideas on water management. Conversations from these gatherings, as well as additional interviews, are included in the podcast. Interested readers may also enjoy Day's full thesis, "Reconciling How We Live With Water: The Development and Use of a Collaborative Podcasting Methodology to Explore and Share Diverse First Nations, Inuit, and Metis Perspectives," which is available for free download following the link embedded in the About section.