Lax’Yip Guardians are the eyes and ears of the Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs who have been [...]
Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Parks Guardians tend to the Intergenerational gardens, that include the largest intact ancient [...]
This video features Kitigan Zibi’s Nagadjitòdjig Akì Guardians who have developed a pilot seedling program to educate the community & encourage recovery of butternut trees.
Located in the pristine boreal forest in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada, the Sakitawak Conservation Area Project is one of 37 Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs) in Canada and one of only four Métis projects.
Land Needs Guardians Storytellers and Wahkohtowin Guardians Amberly Quakegesic & Isabelle Allen share how the experience brought them closer to their culture and reconnected them to the land, Elders, and their community.
Land Needs Guardians Storyteller, Wahkohtowin Guardian Amberly Quakegesic breaks down how to make birch syrup—a process the Wahkohtowin Guardians do every spring.
In the latest video from Heiltsuk filmmaker and Land Needs Guardians storyteller ’Qátuw̓as Brown, see first-hand how the work of Guardians is protecting crab populations and ensuring the Heiltsuk way of life continues.