Indigenous Knowledge Strategy
Given the inherent relationship Aboriginal people have with the land and their interactions and values that protect the ecosystem and their communities, Indigenous Knowledge has an important role in supporting environmental and natural resource management policies and practices. In the face of ongoing development activities and new innovative ways to govern and manage our resources across the country, there is an increased urgency and desire to use Indigenous Knowledge (IK) in planning and monitoring by both governments and communities. Undertaking Indigenous Knowledge studies are a way for Aboriginal communities to be proactive instead of reactive of new policies and practices that are potentially impacting the environment and their traditional treaty rights and interests.
Related Projects & Services
 Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada. (2010). First Nation Youth Skills Training and Job Readiness Program. Accessed from https://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1406554638618/1406554674296
Indigenous Knowledge Studies
Invasive Species Mapping & Management
Mapping & GIS
Traditional Land Use Studies