Trading away culture and food security, say Chiefs

This week the Fisheries Minister followed through and rejected fish farm restocking applications. Perspective from two Chiefs with a traditional sense of leadership – obligation to people, land, and water

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Odette Auger

Reconciliation Action

SISȻENEM (Halibut Island) returned to W̱SÁNEĆ people

Press release from W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council & The Land Conservancy of BC

Wild Times: The Last Slice

British Columbians are risking arrest to preserve remaining "last slice" wilderness areas

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Joe Foy

Biodiversity

Summer 2021

Maximum diversity yields deep resilience, while human attempts at control yield brittle and vulnerable systems. With the Holocene extinction well underway, we need to – quickly – listen, learn, and reverse our approach: adapt ourselves and our systems to the needs of the natural world instead of forcing it to adapt to us.

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Reconciliation Action

Press release from W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council & The Land Conservancy of BC