News

NANWAKOLAS OPERATIONAL PROTOCOL FOR LARGE CULTURAL CEDAR

 The lands and resources of our territories have sustained our culture, way of life, spirituality, economy and society for countless generations. From child to Elder, a vital part of who we are as peoples is identified and lived on the land. This includes our forests and trees, which have always provided our peoples with bounty...
Read More
The Ripple Effect
The Nanwakolas Council Marine Team works with the member First Nations to achieve their goals and priorities in marine stewardship. Behind the scenes in the Nanwakolas office are a small, hardworking crew, supporting member First…
Read More
WISE PRINCIPLES FOR GUARDIAN TEAMS
WISE PRINCIPLES FOR GUARDIAN TEAMS On April 9, 2021, all sixteen students in the third cohort of Vancouver Island University’s Stewardship Technician Training Program graduated, with flying colours. The program had been immensely successful. The…
Read More
A Family Of Graduates
A Family Of Graduates “Sixteen strangers who didn’t know each other’s names walked into that classroom last October. By April, we had grown into a family. We may have graduated as individuals, but we did…
Read More
BEARLY RECOGNIZABLE
January 11, 2021 Last year on this page, we featured the early results of collaborative work between bear researcher Dr. Melanie Clapham and the Nanwakolas First Nations Guardians, using facial recognition technology and new data…
Read More