Gitanyow celebrates the return of salmon as B.C. inches toward recognizing the nation’s protected area

2024-05-16T14:36:51-04:00Categories: IPCAs and Indigenous-led Conservation, Resource|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

The news article from The Narwhal discusses the second anniversary celebration of the Wilp Wii [...]

Salween Peace Park: Indigenous Conservation Governance in Southeast Asia

2024-02-15T16:14:18-05:00Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

At 5,485 square kilometers, Salween Peace Park is one of the largest and most complex Indigenous protected areas in the world. Nestled between the Thai and Burmese borders, the internationally acclaimed Park emerged through an Indigenous-led vision for peace amidst more than 70 years of conflict.

Indigenous Conservation Sites

2023-08-03T15:14:32-04:00Categories: Resource|Tags: , |

The objective of this second sheet in a series of three is to support and feed the reflections of First Nations and to clarify the concept of Indigenous conservation sites.

Indigenous Guardians and IPCAs

2023-08-03T15:14:23-04:00Categories: Resource|Tags: , , |

Co-hosted by Nature United’s Indigenous Guardians Technical Support Team (TST) and the Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership (CRP), this webinar was an exciting discussion with several speakers who work at the leading edge—operating Indigenous Guardian programs on the ground as they establish Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs).

The Tiny Town of Tayoloak is an Arctic Inspiration

2023-08-03T15:05:19-04:00Categories: Biocultural Monitoring and Community-based Stewardship, Resource|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

This article discusses the small Arctic community of Taloyoak and its' nomination for a $500,000 Arctic Inspiration Prize nomination for a food sovereignty project.

Protecting KI Watershed Gets Funding Support from Canada

2023-08-03T15:03:26-04:00Categories: IPCA Planning and Establishment, Resource|Tags: , , , , , , |

This press release from Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug announces their agreement with Government of Canada and their intent to establish an Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) in the Fawn River Watershed (Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug homeland).

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