CFN is seeking a Coastal Guardian Watchmen Support Coordinator to join our dynamic team.
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 for our communities and stewarding our land and sea resources.
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!
Join us for two weeks of stories, videos, photos and more as we celebrate our history and communities. And look forward to another 20 years! #StrongerTogether
A new report provides lessons learned for First Nations about both the risks and opportunities associated with marine protected areas (MPAs), and how co-governance arrangements can be fully realized.
New evaluation report shows the positive impact of the Stewardship Technicians Training Program, which has significantly contributed to individual and community well-being throughout coastal communities.
In this Q&A, Kitasoo/Xai’xais Chief Councillor Roxanne Robinson highlights the role of Indigenous women in leadership and her aspirations for her Nation and future women leaders.
Elected to lead the first all-woman council for the Wuikinuxv Nation, Chief Danielle Shaw says she always knew she would bring her skills to the work of supporting her Nation toward self-governance and growth.