This resource provides a summary of the impacts of land-based learning at a fish camp run by the Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning in the NWT. The pages shared in the attached PDF are part of a larger field guide published by Dechinta. The field guide and accompanying documentary aim to allow people to witness how the Dene continue to govern themselves according to their own laws and resist the ongoing forces of colonialism in the North, to think critically about what it means to form living relationships with Indigenous and Dene land in practice, and to see how Indigenous land-based education operates on the ground. The idea is that sharing this knowledge, and making it accessible to others, will expand the transformative potential of local Indigenous land-based activities, such as Łiwe camp. See https://www.dechinta.ca/resources for more information.