- Indigenous Knowledge
- press release
The Seal River Watershed Alliance is seeking part-time Community Youth Representatives to develop grassroots support for the initiative.
Creating the Seal River Watershed Indigenous Protected Area will strengthen our Nations, sustain biodiversity and help combat climate change.
Supporting and investing in Indigenous-led conservation is one of Canada’s most important nature-based climate solutions.
As a life-long steward of the land, Mike Dumas understands why it’s crucial to protect the Seal River Watershed for future generations.
Luke Suluk is a Cultural Advisor who is committed to conserving the Seal River Watershed in cooperation with his Cree and Dene neighbours.
Sandy Clipping of Sayisi Dene First Nation is one of the youngest members on the Board of the Seal River Watershed Initiative.
The five Indigenous communities surrounding the Seal River Watershed can rejoice knowing that we are doing our part to protect Mother Earth.
Canadians have expressed resounding support for Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas and Indigenous Guardians programs.
Our vision is to ensure our grandchildren’s grandchildren have the opportunity to engage in traditional practices such as hunting, fishing and serving as stewards of the land and animals within a healthy watershed.