This story in Hakai Magazine examines the significance of the salmonberry to Indigenous communities in the Pacific Northwest.
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 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 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 Sustainable Southeast Partnership (SSP) website - a dynamic collective uniting diverse skills and perspectives to strengthen cultural, ecological, and economic resilience across Southeast Alaska.
This video features a story of the Nuxalk Guardian Watchmen and why their work is so important for the sustainability of salmon populations in Nuxalk territory (British Columbia).
This video features interviews with members of Coastal First Nations and Nanwakolas Nation as they share why this monumental project is so important.
This video showcases Indigenous-led efforts of the Tla-o-qui-aht, Ahousaht, and Hupacasath people to protect Vancouver Island's old-growth forests.