Coastal Guardian Watchmen of the Kitasoo Xais Xais Nation

Coastal Stewardship Network: Collaborative Monitoring and Protection of First Nations’ Lands and Waters

Gitga’at Nation, Haida Nation, Haíɫzaqv (Heiltsuk) Nation, Kitasoo / Xai’xais Nation, Metlakatla Nation, Nuxalk Nation, Wuikinuxv Nation

The Coastal Stewardship Network is supporting its member First Nations as they’ve established sophisticated monitoring programs and their analyses informing vital environmental and resource management decisions.

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Career Opportunity: Digital Engagement Specialist

We’re looking for a new team member to help us share knowledge and support First Nations’ efforts to revitalize stewardship and build resilient economies. If you have proven experience managing digital communication platforms, apply today!

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Indigenous Ways of Giving and Sharing

The International Funders for Indigenous Peoples released a landscape scan report that brings together knowledge about Indigenous-led funds and the wisdom of Indigenous leaders in philanthropy.

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Huux̱ Percy Crosby Steps Down from Coast Funds’ Board

Coast Funds’ board of directors today announced that Huux Percy Crosby has tendered his resignation as Chair and is stepping down from the board of directors. We thank Percy for his many contributions to Coast Funds and his dedication to the coastal First Nations we serve.

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Talking Stick – Winter 2021

The winter 2021 edition of Talking Stick features the Nawalakw Healing Society and Culture Project, the renewable energy projects of Dzawadaʼenuxw First Nation and Kitasoo/Xai’xais First Nation, and introduces Trevor Loke as our new Director, Partnership Development.

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First Nations partner on grizzly bear facial recognition research

The member Nations of Na̲nwak̲olas Council have been enhancing their research capabilities to best manage and steward their territories, which include the diverse habitats of grizzly bears. Part of that work involves investing in and developing a research partnership with the BearID Project, a project that is developing bear facial recognition software.

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