Monitoring; data collection and management; research; cultural activities, education and outreach to public; implementing plans and policies; works with research or academic institutions.
We take a medicine wheel approach. There is a focus on mapping and ground-truthing cultural, spiritual, economic (NTFPs), environmental, and social sites of importance. Monitoring and compliance review of forest management plans. Identification of of species at risk, traditional medicines, fragile ecosystems such as late winter critical moose habitat. We are guided by our elders working with the traditional energy of the ancestors.
Northeast Superior Guardianship Program
Wahkohtowin Regional Development Corporation
Chapleau Cree First Nation
P.O. Box 400