This links to the Indigenous Sentinels Network - which aims "to provide remote, Indigenous communities with tools, training, networking and convening, coordination, and capacity for ecological, environmental, and climate monitoring."
This links to the IISAAK OLAM Foundation's (IOF) website - an Indigenous-led organization that shares knowledge and builds capacity for Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs).
This links to the Indigenous Leadership Initiative's (ILI) website - an Indigenous-led organization dedicated to facilitating the strengthening of Indigenous nationhood.
This links to the Tribal Parks Alliance page of the Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Parks website. Tribal Parks Allies are are a community of entrepreneurs and organizers united by their love and respect for this place and the culture that keeps it alive.
This toolkit provides guidance for Indigenous communities on documenting, developing, and using a biocultural community protocol. This is to ensure that external actors respect their customary laws, values, and decision-making processes, particularly those concerning stewardship of their territories and areas.
This briefer showcases results from a collaboration between The Nature Conservancy of Canada and First Nations partners: the SEAS program, which stands for Supporting Emerging Aboriginal Stewards.
This report provides a summary of a workshop that brought together the Province of British Columbia, the federal government and several First Nations to hold a conversation about how to create a supportive regulatory landscape so that Indigenous communities are empowered to successfully establish and govern IPCAs.