Woodland and Barren ground caribou are both native to Saskatchewan. What are the similarities between the two? What are the differences?
The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA) was a historic agreement made in 2010 with the Forest Product Association of Canada (FPAC) and its member companies, as well as various environmental groups. It is a collaborative, multi-year agreement committed to achieving goals related to both environmental and economic sustainability in the boreal forest.
As the designated “Indigenous Liaison” for CPAWS-Saskatchewan, I was asked to write a piece to celebrate Indigenous History Month this June. I must admit, at first, I was a bit stumped as to how I would convey the importance of this event and intimated on how to explain that working with indigenous peoples has helped to shape my life.
We talk often here at CPAWS-SK about umbrella species like the woodland caribou: species whose prosperity is a good indicator of the overall health of … Read More
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