The Boots on the Ground 2017 Results report is a yearly document presenting the results from the second field season of summer 2017. It provides the context and background of the program, and... Read more

Boots on the Ground (BOTG) is a caribou monitoring program based upon the Traditional Knowledge (TK) of Tłı̨chǫ and Inuit indigenous elders and harvesters. The program commenced in the summer of... Read more

The NWT Evaluation Symposium will be a two-day event held in and around Yellowknife from May 31 – June 1, 2018.

The Alberta/NWT Chapter of CES, in collaboration with Dedats’eetsaa: the... Read more

This report presents the results from 2016, the pilot year of Boots on the Ground caribou monitoring program. Boots-on-the-ground is a caribou monitoring program based on the traditional knowledge... Read more

This report provides the context and background of We Watch Everything: a Methodology for the Boots on the Ground caribou monitoring program. The document describes the TK framework of We Watch... Read more

This report explores the importance of birthplaces through an ethno-historical mapping project. For this project, four elders shared their stories about birthplaces and childbirth practices, in... Read more

This traditional knowledge study is part of the Tłįchǫ Government’s strategy to gather information about the potential benefits and concerns that might arise from a proposed all-season road from... Read more

It appeared like the land had been destroyed  … The land looks dry and trees look like wood  … I guess the land kind of died (John Quitte 96/08/21)

The overall objective of the... Read more

Cumulative Impacts Study on the Bathurst Caribou

This study is based on the traditional knowledge (TK) of the people in Wekweètì, Northwest Territories. It investigates the connection... Read more

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