Our Team

We Specialize In


Environmental Project Management and Consultation


Environmental Monitoring and Reporting


Geographical Information Systems Mapping and Analysis


Traditional Knowledge Studies and continued Support


Conservation and Reclamation Planning


Carol Crowe 
   President & Founder

Carol Crowe, principal of Indigenous Visions Inc. and Lead Instructor, has 30 years business experience and leadership skills. Carol has specialized in Land and Environmental Management on Traditional Lands to address Environmental issues and the duty to consult.  


She works with First Nations, Industry, and Government specializing in the avoidance and mitigation of Traditional Ecological Knowledge concerns and Western Science regulations. Carol has taught the BEAHR program across Canada for the past 10 years to First Nation communities across Canada.

She has over 25 years’ experience as an Instructor and Facilitator, designing and delivering workshops in consultation, negotiations, and accountability training.

All accredited courses include a focus on inclusion and protection of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Indigenous communities. Carol also instructs a spring credit course at the University of Calgary, Environmental Management Certificate Program. 

Carol Crowe is a recipient of the Global TV “Women of Vision” Award in the category of business and entrepreneurship and an Esquao Award in Business from the Institute for the Advancement of Women.

Shannon Kelley
     Mapping Specialist

Shannon Kelly is our resident Mapping Specialist, working with Indigenous Visions since 2009.

She graduated in 2004 with a Diploma in Environmental Conservation and Reclamation from Lakeland College in Vermilion, AB. and went on to receive another Diploma in Geographical Information Sciences from Sask Polytechnical. Her desire to understand her Metis heritage lead her to Carol Crowe and Indigenous Visions where she has been an instructor in GIS Mapping, Compassing, and GPS skills since 2009.

Natural resource managers need to be able to integrate vast amounts of complex information, measure and analyze geographic data, predict potential outcomes and make decisions. The analytical power of GIS plays a critical role in making these decisions and sustainably managing the earth's resources.

                                                      -ESRI Canada



Environmental Training and Consulting 

Box 21067 Prince Albert, SK. S6V 8A4

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