A message from Marilyn Slett, CFN-GBI President and Chief Councillor for the Heiltsuk Nation.
A new evaluation report highlights the impacts of stewardship training in coastal communities—from building knowledge and capacity to inspiring further learning and creating strong personal and organizational networks.
First Nations and federal and provincial governments are working together on a ground-breaking initiative to create a network of MPAs for the North Pacific Coast.
Join us for a special 20th Anniversary Zoom discussion with four amazing women leaders from Coastal First Nations communities.
For as long as these programs have existed, Guardians have also carried out many other frontline duties for their Nations, often going above and beyond their stewardship role.
As salmon stocks continue their sharp decline, the Metlakatla-owned Coastal Shellfish Corporation stands out as a good news story on the BC coast in an otherwise ailing fishing industry.
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.