Our focus is to find ways to help reduce and mitigate impacts to the environment, sacred sites, culture sites, general flora and fauna; gaming trails, medicine and food sources, and other concerns raised by knowledge holders before, during and after any kind of development.
We specialize in the methodology and inclusion of Traditional Ecological Knowledge as an independent natural science. This methodology includes spiritual laws and protocols that are tied to Indigenous people’s relationship with Mother Earth and our Creator.
Our goal is also to increase capacity in communities by training members to be Indigenous Environmental Monitors and Stewards or Guardians of the land activities around them and in their traditional territory.
We support consultation processes, ensuring communities have the baseline data and mapping of their traditional territory to reflect their specific cultural and traditional territory use, past, present and future.