Understanding Indigenous Jurisdiction
You are on Indigenous territory in a place that has an Indigenous name. Start by learning about the place that you are in and the forests that you are worried about. Here are a few suggestions on how to start this path of discovery.
Webinar: Journey towards a respectful relationship with the forest
This webinar is an invitation to consider pathways into actively restoring a respectful relationship with the forests that sustain us all. Featuring Valine Brown, Darcy Lindberg, and Executive Director Hannah Askew.
National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two Spirit people (MMIWG2S) 2022
Today is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two Spirit people (MMIWG2S). Our hearts are with all the families who have not yet seen justice for their lost loved ones.
Intact forests, safe communities: A report on reducing community climate risks through forestry practices reform
A new report on reducing community climate risks through forest protection and a paradigm shift in forest management.
Organizations and concerned individuals stand in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en women urging Dr. Bonnie Henry to shut down industrial camps amid COVID-19 outbreaks
Letter addressed to Dr. Bonnie Henry urges B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer to prioritize the health of Wet’suwet’en peoples and respect their ask to shut down work camps due to increasing COVID-19 concerns.
Giving back to forests
This year forests have been a refuge for a lot of people. Now it’s time for us to give refuge to those rainforests in return. Watch our latest video today!