The FNFN Land Guardians are our "eyes and ears" on the ground, increasing our presence on the land, participating in land and resource management, including habitat recovery and restoration, and supporting land-based cultural activities.
FNFN Liard Basin Monitoring Initiative Year 1 Community Summary Report
In 2018, the FNFN Lands released our Community Summary on our State of Knowledge work conducted through the Liard Basin Monitoring Initiative project in year 1. The LBMI project was a 3 year pilot initiative led by FNFN to develop a cumulative effects monitoring program for the Liard Watershed based on FNFN cultural and ecological values. Please contact the Lands Department at 1-250-774-6313 if you would like a copy of the full Year 1 State of Knowledge Report.
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Fort Nelson First Nation Medzih Action Plan to Prevent Loss of Boreal Caribou in BC
In 2018, Fort Nelson First Nation (FNFN) released a Medzih (boreal caribou) Action Plan to address the emergency conditions that have led to the rapid decline of this culturally important animal in BC. The Medzih Action Plan (MAP) delivers recovery actions for boreal caribou habitat within the Liard watershed in northeastern British Columbia.
The MAP is the first, and so far only, recovery plan in BC to spatially identify and protect critical habitat for boreal caribou, a critically imperiled and iconic species that once occurred in large numbers in FNFN’s territory.
For more information about the Medzih Action Plan contact firstname.lastname@example.org.