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Partnership and Protection
Nanwakolas member First Nations have been developing Geographic Response Strategies to protect areas with cultural, food gathering, conservation and economic significance within their territories from the impacts of marine spills and pollution, especially incidents involving…
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Ǥa̱lǥa̱poła: Standing Together
In formally declaring the Gwaxdlala/Nalaxdlala area of their traditional territory to be an Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area (IPCA), the Mamalilikulla First Nation has taken a significant step towards realizing its vision of reclaiming and…
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“Kelping up” With The Times
The Nanwakolas member Nations’ Guardians have been working together since 2018 on the first comprehensive, multi-year, scientific study of kelp in their territories that has been undertaken in decades. Wei Wai Kum Guardians Manager Karl…
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MIRED IN A SEA OF BUREAUCRACY
Dealing with derelict boats in Nanwakolas member Nations’ territories is a high priority for them. It is a goal that is immensely challenged by bureaucracy, but the Nations are working hard to partner on solutions.…
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