Looking back at the inception of Coastal First Nations through the eyes of the David Suzuki Foundation.
A look back over the last 20 years through the eyes of Doug Neasloss, and his efforts to protect bears, build ecotourism opportunities and create a sustainable economy in the Great Bear Rainforest.
In the face of declining salmon populations, CFN aims to work collaboratively on implementing a coast-wide monitoring program to help manage these important fisheries.
As today’s Coastal Guardian Watchmen carry on the time-honoured tradition and responsibility of caring for their coastal lands and waters, they’re making their ancestors proud.
Learn how the Moore Foundation hooked up with Coastal First Nations 15 years ago to work together toward healthy oceans.
During our 20th Anniversary Celebrations, CFN gives a shout out to our community leaders and members who have been working hard to keep families safe from COVID-19.
As we celebrate our 20th Anniversary, Coastal First Nations recognizes and celebrates the friends we’ve made along the way.
Since CFN first came together in 2000, we’ve worked to forge a new approach to building a sustainable coastal economy and stewarding these lands and waters.
Join us in celebrating CFN’s 20th Anniversary, as we reflect on how far we’ve come together and look forward to a sustainable future!