Despite creating significant public benefits, private land conservation has often occurred without a full appreciation and understanding of the impacts on Indigenous rights and title. Without a significant paradigm shift, private land conservation practices will continue to perpetuate unreconciled relationships among Indigenous Peoples, non-Indigenous peoples and public governments.

Co-hosted by the Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership, the Nature Conservancy of Canada, and OKT Law, this webinar explores what this shift could look like from a variety of perspectives and how we could build pathways to collective responsibility for conservation.

Indigenous Rights and Private Conservation

Author: Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership

Year: 2021