Fort Folly First Nation: An IPCA Summer

2024-02-15T16:11:18-05:00Categories: Featured Story, Story|

 This short documentary tells the story of Amlamgog (Fort Folly) First Nation’s Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area (IPCA). The story features the voices and perspectives of youth from the community who were hired for IPCA-related monitoring over the summer of 2022.

Salween Peace Park: Indigenous Conservation Governance in Southeast Asia

2024-02-15T16:14:18-05:00Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

At 5,485 square kilometers, Salween Peace Park is one of the largest and most complex Indigenous protected areas in the world. Nestled between the Thai and Burmese borders, the internationally acclaimed Park emerged through an Indigenous-led vision for peace amidst more than 70 years of conflict.

Sa’qewi-ilnuwey Awti IPCA – Reconciliation and stewardship through land conservation

2023-09-13T01:17:58-04:00Categories: Folly First Nation, Story|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

The second video of a two part series about the efforts to create Dasiqox Tribal Park. The video documents the spectacular wildlife and environmental values that are found in the tribal park.

Indigenous Women’s Leadership Series: The Stewards of Conservation

2024-02-08T15:32:21-05:00Categories: Gitanyow Nation, Kaska Dena, Métis, Oneida Nation, Story|Tags: , , , , , , |

This dialogue features stories from emerging IPCA from across what is now known as Canada featuring Elders, community members and leaders from Kitskiinan Kawekanawaynichikatek IPCA (York Factory First Nation/Cree Territory/Northern Manitoba), Arqvillit IPCA (Inuit/Nunavik Territory/Northern Quebec), Bistcho Lake IPCA (Dene Tha’ First Nation/Northern Alberta), and Aki Sibi IPCA (Kebaowek First Nation/Algonquin Territory/Southern Quebec).

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