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Manajiwin: Respecting tribes, First nations and cultural resources in cooperative landscape and climate change decision-making


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This project will improve tribal and First Nation engagement in cooperative natural resource conservation efforts. Researchers are fostering networking among tribes, First Nations and other relevant partners in the upper Midwest – Great Lakes region, and engaging tribal and First Nation representatives in the development of a set of principles and strategies for their authentic, robust inclusion in regional resource conservation cooperative frameworks. The project is conducting an environmental scan of current climate and landscape change planning initiatives as well as mitigation and resilience-building projects being implemented by tribes and First Nations in the region. The results will lead to broader inclusion of tribal values, [...]


Co-Investigator :
Nicholas Reo, Peggy Smith, Deb McGregor
Principal Investigator :
Kyle Powys Whyte
Cooperator/Partner :
Cecil Pavlat, Nadine Roach, Esteban Chiriboga
(other) :
The Nature Conservancy, Eric Clark

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Whyte LCC Final Report.pdf
“Final Progress Report”
19.49 KB
Whyte - Manajiwin Tribe Engagement.pdf
“Presentation Slides”
316.12 KB

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ScienceBase WMS


  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative



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