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!
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.