Coastal First Nations: Sharing Intelligence Through The Coastal Stewardship Network

Coastal First Nations – Great Bear Initiative

Participation in the Coastal Stewardship Network is helping all its member Nations power up monitoring efforts and the quality of analysis on environmental and resource management decisions—and generating interest from other First Nations, researchers, and journalists.

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‘Na̲mg̲is First Nation: Catalyzing Change for the Future of Salmon

‘Na̲mg̲is Nation

By establishing Canada’s first land-based Atlantic salmon aquaculture facility with recirculating aquaculture system technology, the ‘Na̲mg̲is First Nation and its diverse partners are proving that environmentally sustainable salmon farming is possible.

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At the Gwaii Haanas Legacy Pole raising in 2013, Gwaaganad (Diane Brown), one of the key warriors who helped protect Gwaii Haanas from industrial logging, washes the pole with tree branches dripped in sea water whilst she says aloud prayers in the Haida language. Meanwhile, the young girls cover the pole with eagle down in a gesture of reverence. Photo by Jeffrey Gibbs.

Kunst’aa Guu–Kunst’aayah: Moving to a Sustainable Future Together

Haida Nation

In 2009, the Haida Nation and Province of BC signed a historic protocol agreement that ensures protection for cultural features and sensitive ecosystems on Haida Gwaii.

conservation, Cultural Revitalization, Haida Gwaii, stewardship
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