Ɂehdzo Got’ı̨nę Gots’ę́ Nákedı
Sahtú Renewable Resources Board

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Tracey WIlliamsTracey has been supporting work of the Ɂehdzo Got’ı̨nę Gots’ę́ Nákedı- Sahtú Renewable Resources Board (SRRB) since 2017, invited to attend & participate in the Sahtú people in 2017 meeting of Yukon Shu’got’ine people, where Sahtú, & Kaska Ross River, Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ First Nation met in the Mackenzie Mountains to draft the Nió Ne Pęnę (NNP) Caribou Management Plan. This plan paves a way forward for people to work together on shared values for people, caribou and the landscape that is Nió Nę Pęnę, ‘Trails of the Mountain Caribou’. Working to support the community Indigenous partners that are implementing this transboundary plan for the health of the Nió Nę Pęnę landscape, during the pandemic, Tracey & Nature United has brought technical and financial support to initiate SRRB’s ‘NNP Geospatial Hub’ initiative, for their hosting of the NNP transboundary Canadian Mountain Network (CMN) Indigenous ‘Knowledge Hub.’ NU’s support is building SRRB in-house capacity to host community engagement & collaboration virtually and spatially on NNP, & where they see further value or application in their work with communities engaged with Sahtú wildlife management. In addition to the Geospatial Hub, Nature United is supporting SRRB’s work to support Sahtú communities that are designing & building their own way to do community conservation planning or HGS, with an initiative that will build the development of a Hı̨dó Gogha Sę́nę́gots’ı́ɂá (HGS) Toolkit.