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

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pdf 21-01-15 Harvest Regulation Planning Toolkit

This toolkit outlines ideas to consider in the process of developing harvest regulation plans based on guidance from the Ɂehdzo Got’Įnę Gots’ę́Nákedı (SahtúRenewable Resources Board –SRRB) as well as the community conservation plans (CCPs) by Délı̨nę(2016) and Dehlá Got’ı̨nę(2020). This toolkit outlines ideas to consider in the process of developing harvest regulation plans based on guidance from the Ɂehdzo Got’Įnę Gots’ę́Nákedı (SahtúRenewable Resources Board –SRRB) as well as the community conservation plans (CCPs) by Délı̨nę(2016) and Dehlá Got’ı̨nę(2020).

pdf 21-01-15 Science Predator-Competitor

This report has been prepared to provide a western science perspective on predation and competition as they relate to barren-ground caribou herds in the Sahtú. The report will act as background information for participants in the Délı̨nę 2021 Public Listening Session as part of the exchange of knowledge.

pdf 21-01-15 Traditional-Community Knowledge Predator-Competitor Popular

In order to provide information that can support good decision-making in Sahtú communities, the best available Traditional and Community Knowledge (TKCK) relating to the central question of the Délı̨nę 2021 proceeding, “What should people’s role be in maintaining healthy relationships between caribou and other wildlife?” has been compiled, reviewed and summarized here. In order to provide information that can support good decision-making in Sahtú communities, the best available Traditional and Community Knowledge (TKCK) relating to the central question of the Délı̨nę 2021 proceeding, “What should people’s role be in maintaining healthy relationships between caribou and other wildlife?” has been compiled, reviewed and summarized here. The four main questions driving this search and review of information were:

1. What are Sahtú Dene and Métis traditional understandings of healthy relationships between caribou and other wildlife?

2. What do people in the Sahtú Region think about caribou predators and predator control programs?

3. What do people in the Sahtú Region think about caribou “competitors” and their relationships to caribou?

4. What are Indigenous peoples doing today for ecosystem planning and caribou conservation?

Key sources that informed this literature review have also been shared on the Ɂehdzo Got’ı̨nę Gots’ę̨́ Nákedı (Sahtú Renewable Resources Board, SRRB) public registry; materials are sorted into four corresponding collections. Due to current community concerns centering on wolves and muskoxen, there is a focus on those two species throughout this review. Information from the Sahtú Region was prioritized for this review, however, in cases where few Sahtú-specific sources of information were found, relevant information from nearby regions was included.