In 2015, Green Fire Productions released The Great Bear Sea: Reflecting on the Past – Planning for the Future, a film about efforts to balance ecological, cultural and economic considerations along BC
A successful case study in marine stewardship, Coastal Guardian Watchmen's Regional Monitoring System could be a model replicated by Indigenous Guardian programs nationwide.
In the Stewardship Technicians Training Program, students acquire the skills to become stewardship professionals and learn from traditional knowledge that’s been passed down for generations.
In this feature story, the NY Times highlights Indigenous communities from
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In a recent opinion article in the Vancouver Sun about the devastating diesel spill in
Are you looking for a great opportunity to support the work of First Nations along BC's North and Central Coast, and Haida Gwaii?
From May 16-20, at the Hakai Beach Institute on Calvert Island, Guardian Watchmen and other stewardship staff from across BC’s North and Central Coast, and Haida Gwaii, came together for the 2016
Would you like to help protect your Nation’s lands and waters? Are you looking to increase the skills you already have as a Stewardship Technician?
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