Long Term Gain: Investing in the Protection of Saskatchewan Wildlife in Today’s Political Environment

Nicole DollBlog, Featured

Prairie at Battle Creek PFRA community pasture

Our Saskatchewan species are suffering as a result of instability. This instability isn’t just caused by factors related to the environment or the human footprint; a lack of consistent engagement in wildlife protection initiatives significantly impacts progress. We must hold ourselves and our governments – our leaders – accountable for advocating and implementing effective strategies so conservation progress can endure.

Food Sovereignty in Canada

Nicole DollDecolonizing Conservation, Education

Close-up of bison standing in grassland

Aside from supporting life, food holds cultural and traditional significance, it unites communities and it has the power to create common ground. Food, where it comes from, and how we eat it, can be the biggest fight for freedom.