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Resources

There are several existing resources designed to support knowledge sharing amongst Indigenous guardian and stewardship programs.

NISN Blog 

Indigenous Guardian Toolkit

Indigenous Guardian Toolkit

Nature United created a resource for sharing and connecting around knowledge and experiences related to Indigenous Guardian programs. Access the toolkit online here.

Community Approaches to Wildlife Monitoring

This knowledge resource was developed by Įdaà Strategies for MakeWay to facilitate knowledge sharing amongst Northern environmental stewardship and guardian programs on the topic of Community Approaches to Wildlife Monitoring. It is intended to be a gathering place for the knowledge and expertise of guardian and environmental stewardship program managers and coordinators from across Northern Canada.  Access the Community Approaches to Wildlife Monitoring Report here.

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Youth Engagement

This knowledge resource was developed by Įdaà Strategies for MakeWay to facilitate knowledge sharing amongst Northern Indigenous environmental stewardship and guardian programs on the topic of Youth Engagement. It is intended to be a gathering place for the knowledge and expertise of guardian and environmental stewardship program managers and coordinators from across Northern Canada. Access the Youth Engagement Report here.

Data Tool Selection: An Introductory Guide for Northern Indigenous Stewardship Programs

The Guide reflects information shared between Northern Indigenous Stewardship program managers and subject matter experts over the course of a two-day Tides Canada Data Tools Solutions Conversation in Somba Ké / Yellowknife. Access the Data Tool Selection: An Introductory Report for Northern Indigenous Stewardship Programs here.

The Data Tools Selection Background Report and Appendices can be accessed here.

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Indigenous Guardians Training Needs Scan

Blyth & Bathe was retained by Tides Canada to conduct interviews with Northerners who are involved in Indigenous guardian programs across northern Canada. The primary goal of these interviews was to identify the various processes and programs by which guardians are trained, with the hopes of drawing some broad insights into best practices, knowledge/skills gaps, and the possibility of collaboration among the various groups on future guardian training programs. Access the Indigenous Guardians Training Needs Scan Report here.

The Workshop Report: Gathering of Northern/Arctic Indigenous Guardian Programs to share knowledge on training - April 30 - May 2, 2019 & Indigenous Guardian Training Guidebook can be access here.