2 edition of Women"s indigenous knowledge and community forest management in British Columbia found in the catalog.
Women"s indigenous knowledge and community forest management in British Columbia
Written in English
This study was undertaken in collaboration with the Huu-ay-aht First Nation (HFN) of Vancouver Island"s West Coast in an attempt to better understand the role of HFN women and their Indigenous knowledge in the planning and management of a recently developed community forest initiative, which is being undertaken by the HFN in partnership with the neighboring non-Native community of Bamfield. The Bamfield Huu-ay-aht Community Forest (BHCF) presents a series of unique cultural and economic opportunities for HFN women, whose extensive forest-related Indigenous knowledge could facilitate the successful harvesting of various Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) within the BHCF. However, HFN women have encountered a number of barriers to their meaningful participation in the BHCF, such that their involvement at present is severely limited. A case study approach is used to assess these opportunities and barriers, and to determine the extent to which they are related to women"s empowerment within the community.
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Kwak̓wala is the Indigenous language of the Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw on the mid-coast of present-day British Columbia. It expresses a connection to the land through words, stories, and Author: Terralingua. Indigenous Community Forest Management in India Meha Jain Ecology, Evolutionary, and Environmental Biology Ph.D Candidate Study Site Community Conserved Area Non-conserving Village Ecological Data Species Diversity Height and DBH (diameter) Density Harvesting Intensity Socio-economic Data Firewood use Conclusions Community Conserved Areas may be a . As wildfires increase, so will the demand for both skilled men and women who have the knowledge to fight them. A NASA Worldview image shows the area of the British Columbia wildfires. First Nations Fire Management In , a mega-fire season devastated thick, lush forests in British Columbia and threatened settlements and towns. First Nations in Ontario have run out of patience. For 43 years, the forest industry has been conducting aerial spraying of glyphosate herbicide on Indigenous lands – a “rain of death” used in forest management practice that has slowly been killing off a wide range of animals, plants, fish and insects. First Nations have tried [ ].
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Her research interests include indigenous knowledge-driven environmental governance, forests and associated landscapes as arenas of self-determination struggles in Africa, food and seed sovereignty, and community livelihoods. She holds a PhD from the Faculty of Forestry of the University of British Columbia, : Kendi Borona.
Despite its vast areas covered by untouched forest and plenty of natural resources, British Columbia, with a myriad of First Nations and other Indigenous peoples, is not the exception. First Nations culture and knowledge are based on natural resources; therefore, trying to understand what are the major impacts of a changing climate becomes paramount.
forest ecosystems around the world, this chapter reviews the properties of indigenous forest. knowledge that make it complementary to scientic knowledge as well as key contributions. that indigenous knowledge can make to forest : Hugo Asselin. Remember to refine your search to Book / eBook and Book Chapter (and you can also limit by Publication Date).
Here are some useful search terms: community-based conservation; community forests; community forestry; conservation of natural resources; forest conservation; forest management; forest policy; forestry and community; indigenous Author: Sally Taylor.
on First Nations and Forest Lands,” a course in the Faculty Womens indigenous knowledge and community forest management in British Columbia book Forestry at the University of British Columbia.
David Tindall originally designed and taught the course with the help of Pamela Perreault, among others. Later, Ronald Trosper taught this course.
Womens indigenous knowledge and community forest management in British Columbia book Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD), Indigenous and forest-dependent peoples, community forestry, illegal logging, forest certification, food sovereignty Research Areas.
Additionally, Womens indigenous knowledge and community forest management in British Columbia book traditional knowledge with archaeology’s interpretive frameworks can present methodological and epistemological thesis examines the implications of archaeologists’ engagement with traditional knowledge in British Columbia, Canada, where changes at both a disciplinary and broader societal level Cited by: 1.
significant role in forest management. Moreover, this article implied the importance of incorporating perceptions and existing customary institutions of resource users by policy makers during the formulation forest management policies.
Keywords: local perception, customary institutions, indigenous knowledge, forest. IntroductionFile Size: KB. “Liberating Leadership Theory.” In Living Indigenous Leadership: Native Narratives on Building Strong Communities, edited by Carolyn Kenny and Tina Ngaroimata Fraser, 1– Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
• King, Thomas. “The art of indigenous knowledge: A million porcupines crying in the dark.”. The Directory includes comprehensive lists of First Nations communities, organizations, and partners.
Use the Directory to explore, find contacts, or learn more about groups from across BC. Here you will find lists of potential funders, partners and collaborators. Descriptions, phone numbers, website addresses and contact information are.
Aboriginal Forestry is a recent development in the forestry industry of British Columbia. Due largely to a series of forestry-related court cases, Aboriginal rights and title are being increasingly recognized and defined. There have been significant forest tenure reforms and policy amendments that have enabled First Nations to play a larger role in forest land use planning.
Author: Justin Lenze. Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada brings together the diverse perspectives of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal scholars to address the political, cultural, environmental, and economic implications of forest use.
This book discusses the need for professionals working in forestry and conservation to understand the context of Aboriginal Womens indigenous knowledge and community forest management in British Columbia book in resource management.
British Columbia in a Global Context by Geography Open Textbook Collective is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International License, except where otherwise noted.
Share This Book Share on Twitter. Established inStuwix is a market logging and forest management company, owned and operated by seven First Nations Bands in the Southern Interior of British Columbia. For over a decade, Lennard managed his own forestry consulting business Grizzly Man Resource Management.
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Traditional Gender Roles of Men and Women in Natural Resource Conservation () also looked at indigenous knowledge systems in natural resource management in southern Africa.
Studies have also been done specifically on the Venda culture, for a former British colony thus the study speaks across the divide between pre-File Size: KB. logical Knowledge and Wisdom (TEKW) of aboriginal peoples in British Columbia, Canada. Examples are provided from various groups, most notably, the Secwepemc (Shuswap) Interior Salish and Kwakwaka'wakw and Nuu-Chah-Nulth peoples of the Northwest Coast.
may become extinct. Indigenous knowledge is unique to a given community, culture or society World Bank (). It is seen to contrast with the modern learning system. Communities use indigenous knowledge at the local level as basis for decision making pertaining to food security, human and animal health, education and natural resources Size: KB.
A Case Study of First Nations’ Operational Values for a Community Forest in Northeast British Columbia, Canada. Natural Resources Forum, a United Nations Sustainable Development Journal 37(3): Muir, B.R. and A.L. Booth, Losing its Way: Environmental Impact Assessment in British Columbia, Canada.
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During the summer, berries grow in the northern boreal forest, not far from oil. The Heiltsuk (/ ˈ h aɪ l t s ʊ k / HYLE-tsuuk) are an indigenous Nation of the Central Coast region of the Canadian province of British Columbia, centred on the island communities of Bella Bella and Klemtu.
The Heiltsuk are the descendants of a number of tribal groups who came together in Bella Bella in the 19th century. The entire area of British Columbia is 95 million ha.
Some 94% of the area of BC is publicly owned. Almost 60% of BC is forested. Of that area, about 22 million ha of public land is designated as timber harvesting land base – where timber production is both viable and sustainable.
First Nation communities account for about 4% of the entire population of BC. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. Hisham Zerriffi is an Associate Professor in Forest Resources Management at the University of British Columbia (UBC).
He was previously an Assistant Professor and the Ivan Head South/North Research Chair in the Liu Institute for Global Issues at UBC. The Faculty of Forestry at the University of British Columbia (UBC), invites applications for a tenure-track academic position in Indigenous Natural Sciences at the Assistant or Associate Work Location: British Columbia.
Maintaining accountability between levels of governance in Indigenous economic development: Examples from British Columbia, Canada Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Public Administration 61(2.
For immediate release. The full and effective engagement of indigenous peoples and the incorporation of traditional forest knowledge in forest management strategies are crucial for REDD+ success in curbing climate change, say experts ahead of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples.
REDD+ aims to create value for forests as a means to protect. Candis Callison is an Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia in the School of Journalism, Writing and Media Studies and the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies.
She is the author of How Climate Change Comes to Matter: The Communal Life of Facts () and the co-author, with Mary Lynn Young, of Reckoning: Journalism’s. The Guide to Indigenous Organizations and Services is an Excel Spreadsheet maintained by the Government of BC.
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The Aboriginal Aquaculture Association was established as a federally incorporated company in July, by six Founding Members, representing a cross-section of aboriginal leaders in British Columbia.
These leaders had come to realize that there were very few opportunities for their band members to look forward to within the resource sectors. T1 - Including aboriginal issues in forest planning.
T2 - A case study in central interior British Columbia, Canada. AU - Karjala, Melanie K. AU - Dewhurst, Stephen M. PY - /5/ Y1 - /5/ N2 - Generic criteria and indicator (C&I) frameworks have been the focus of recent work on sustainable forest by: Ina forest fire raged into Slave Lake, Alta., forcing the evacuation of 7, people.
Then inthe monster Fort McMurray fire led to the evacuation of the city of 88, making it the. Until recently, it was possible to envision Canada as an endless expanse of trees stretching from sea to sea.
Today our forests are in jeorpardy. For the Algonquin Indians of Barrière Lake in Quebec, for the Gitksan and Wet'suwet'en Nations in British Columbia, for the Nishnawabe-Aski Nation in Ontario, and for many other First Nations throughout Canada, forest management.
Archaeologists and Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in British Columbia. Abstract. Archaeologists who study the past histories and lifeways of Indigenous cultures have long used Indigenous traditional knowledge as a source of historical information. Aboriginal Fisheries in British Columbia.
In this section. Introduction; We will explore how Indigenous fisheries management was replaced with state regulation, and the circumstances Indigenous fishers must still navigate in order to harvest fish from their ancestral fishing grounds: declining runs, increasing competition from sports and.
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