Responding to funding for legal challenges against Oil Tanker Moratorium Act, CFN will continue to protect our waters, lands and resources from potential oil spills.
Miác̓i—a music and arts festival from Coastal First Nations—will be live streamed across British Columbia on December 4!
Coastal First Nations Connectivity Network will connect remote Indigenous communities in coastal BC to the rest of the world, and spur new economic opportunities.
“Instead of this language of loss, we have to focus on what we have, and how powerful it is that we have it.” — Jasḵwaan Bedard, who helped facilitate a X̱aad Kil immersion camp at T’aalan Stl’aang on Haida Gwaii.
Participants of the Stewardship Technicians Training Program were thrilled to take part in two weeks of intensive stewardship training on Haida Gwaii.
In conversation with Haida carver Jaalen Edenshaw, who has come a long way but still has a long way to go in protecting the lands and waters on Haida Gwaii.
CFN’s new partnership with Rogers will support a conservation-based economy, advance connectivity for Indigenous communities, and strengthen our stewardship work.
Shoreline clean-up project on Haida Gwaii brings communities and community members together.
In her new role for Coastal First Nations, as Coastal Stewardship Network Program Manager, Aroha Miller is looking forward to working with stewardship leaders throughout coastal communities.