This video showcases three transformative initiatives of Indigenous Peoples leading successful initiatives creating a new model of conservation. These stories show how Indigenous-led conservation benefits not only local communities, but all of us.
This short video from WWF-Canada illustrates the work being done to restore vital habitat for pacific salmon in the Upper Pitt watershed, on the unceded territory of Katzie First Nation (British Columbia).
This article in the Narwhal shares the story the Nisga'a Nation's traditional practice of oolichan fishing and the significance it holds for their culture and ecosystem.
This links to the Salmon Parks initiative website. This Indigenous-led movement aims to recover key watersheds and restore wild salmon in the Ḥaḥahuułi (chiefly territories) of the Mowachaht/Muchalaht and Nuchatlaht Ḥaw̓iiḥ (hereditary leaders).
This links to the official website of Tracking Change - a project that funds research in the Mackenzie River basin, Lower Amazon, and Lower Mekong River Basins to empower subsistence fishers and Indigenous communities in managing freshwater ecosystems.
This report was prepared to assist the First Nation Marine Society to plan how it might get involved in collaborative fisheries and ocean management. This report researches and describes a variety of organizations involved in collaborative fisheries or ocean management.