This document features Nature United’s strategy and action plan for collaborating with Indigenous Partners.
These guiding principles provide the foundation for a new way of working with Indigenous partners rooted in reconciliation, healing, and collaboration to protect, restore and conserve species and natural environments.
This is the website of the Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership (CRP), a seven-year initiative that aims to advance Indigenous-led conservation, including Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs), and transform the conservation sector in Canada.
This is a collection of film interview outtakes from "Standing on Sacred Ground", featuring clips of Onondaga Chief Oren Lyons (Turtle Clan of the Onondaga Nation, one of the Six Nations of the Haudenosaunee).
Brittany Luby is of Anishinaabe descent and an award-winning historian at University of Guelph in Canada. She writes for social justice and is a professor of Indigenous history. In Encounter, two people navigate their differences with curiosity and openness in this stunning picture book that imagines the first meeting between an Indigenous fisher and a European sailor.