The historic Fisheries Resource Reconciliation Agreement will provide funding for access to commercial fishing opportunities for the eight Coastal First Nations member communities.
The Great Bear Carbon Credit Corporation seeks to retain the services of a qualified consulting firm or agency to develop and implement a sales and marketing strategic plan.
The Nuxalk Nation has issued a press release that calls on Juggernaut Exploration, a mining company, to cease operations and leave Nuxalk territory.
Now six months into the position, Christine Smith-Martin is determined, optimistic and committed to serving the nine distinct communities that make up Coastal First Nations.
If you want to apply your education skills to a great cause that will help enhance First Nations’ stewardship efforts throughout the North and Central Coast and Haida Gwaii, then we’d love to hear from you!
In the Great Bear Rainforest, agreements between First Nations and the provincial government to protect and steward ecosystems have made Coastal First Nations the biggest seller of forest-based carbon offsets in Canada.
To find out if invasive species are threatening birds in their territories, the Kitasoo-Xai’xais, Metlakatla and Wuikinuxv Nations partnered with Birds Canada on a three-year research project to learn more.
Coastal First Nations congratulates the Marine Plan Partnership (MaPP) on receiving the BC Reconciliation Award.
As the pandemic grinds into year two, Guardians and stewards in coastal First Nations continue to do the important work they love—protecting and restoring the natural and cultural heritage of their territories.