This blog is written and illustrated by Trinda Cote, the Indigenous Youth Ambassador at Living [...]
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.
Produced by TNC Canada and the Heiltsuk, Nuxalk and Kitasoo/Xai'xais Nations, this report is a program evaluation of the SEAS community initiative. The initiative is a land-based learning program for Indigenous youth interested in land stewardship. The program braids Indigenous and non-Indigenous knowledge systems.
This Toolkit was developed by Nature United and their community partners to help support and strengthen land-based education programs for Indigenous youth.
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.