Get Support for Your Program

The TST exists to help Indigenous Guardians and their teams tap into practical resources, knowledge, and connections to best do their work. Our support is led by Indigenous Guardian priorities and needs.

Indigenous Guardians are the experts - we are here to help.  

Looking for program support? The TST provides free, practical, and technical support that is tailored to meet the needs of Indigenous Guardians and program staff, including:

  • One-on-one calls to provide light-touch technical support and help Indigenous Guardians make the most of the Indigenous Guardians Toolkit.
  • Tailored workshops and conversations that support the on-the-ground work Indigenous Guardians and their teams are doing. Common topics include: program visioning and planning, governance structure, Indigenous Guardian workflow, tasks and operations, training and capacity building, safety procedures, policies, and checklists and data collection and monitoring.

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Meet the Team

Jimmy Morgan - TST Facilitator

James (Jimmy) Morgan, TST Facilitator - Jimmy works for Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs. He brings years of experience as a Guardian and supervising field technician, monitoring wildlife and fisheries, to his current work supporting Guardian programs in his own Nation, and other First Nations. Jimmy works as part of the federal First Nations Joint Working Group on Indigenous Guardians. As part of the TST, he brings years of experience with every aspect of Guardian work, from boots on the ground (and in water!) to crew supervision, operations, and program management. Learn more about Jimmy's here.

Alex Post - TST Indigenous Guardians Support Lead

Alexandra (Alex) Post, TST Indigenous Guardians Support Lead - Alex's current role as the TST Indigenous Guardians Support Lead at Nature United allows her to support Indigenous Guardians across Turtle Island in achieving their stewardship vision for the lands, waters, ice, and more than human relations. In her graduate studies, Alex's research focused on how Indigenous Guardian programs have sustained their successes, overcome challenges, and their impact on communities and beyond. Alex has worked with industry, First Nations, and research institutions to foster respectful relationships through collaborative planning.

Claire Hutton - TST Nature United Lead

Claire Hutton, TST Nature United Lead - Claire currently works as the Indigenous Stewardship Director at Nature United and provides support to the Indigenous Guardian Technical Support Team. Claire has over 15 years of experience working directly with First Nations to support their authority to manage their lands and waters. Claire helped to establish the Coastal Guardian Watchmen Network and continues to be passionate and committed to supporting the work of Indigenous Guardians.