The Stoney Nakoda Nation believe that it is important to provide cultural awareness to the Great North Landscape Conservation group so that the group can understand the First Nation history of the study area. This is particularly interesting given the early policy development of national parks within the United States of America, and Canada, and the impacts on the Stoney Nakoda.
The cultural awareness and First Nation history of the Stoney Nakoda will provide background on traditional uses and knowledge of the study area, and provide insight to science based practitioners on the need for integrating western science with traditional environmental knowledge.
To provide First Nation cultural awareness of the Rocky Mountain and Eastern Slopes areas, from a Stoney Nakoda perspective, to the Greater Northern Landscapes Conservation Cooperative. We believe that this type of First Nation history of the Rocky Mountain and Eastern Slopes areas, is important understanding historic conservation practices, and cultural uses.
The education and knowledge provided through the Stoney Nakoda cultural awareness, should assist with the decision support tools/systems, as well as the testing and assumptions of model predictions.
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