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Research toolkit for studying harvest of fish. Are community members able to fish for food and share fish within the community and region? How has harvest and the quality and quantity of fish harvested changed in the community over time? How should harvesting of fish be protected for future...
Research Toolkit Volume 1: Some Ideas on Methods for Community-Based Research on Social-Ecological Change in the Mackenzie River BasinDownload
This document provides some ideas, guidelines, and methods (a toolkit) for community-based research on socio-ecological change in the Mackenzie River Basin. This includes recording oral histories, on-the-land research, youth-elder gatherings, media (photography, video), measuring water levels and...
The Lower Mackenzie sits within the jurisdiction of the Government of the Northwest Territories. The watershed is recognized internationally as an important area of ecological biodiversity. It is one of the largest deltas in North America and has been a focus of exploration and development for...