Indigenous peoples have specialized and wide-ranging knowledge of the land and its ecology. Through collaboration with Indigenous partners, Parks Canada and Canadians are benefitting from this ancient knowledge that has been handed down over many thousands of years.

Two paths, one destination
Indigenous knowledge works hand in hand with modern science to protect a park and a homeland
Newfoundland and Labrador
A new reign for the king of fish
Thanks to the work of several partners, including Fort Folly First Nations, salmon are returning to the inner Bay of Fundy.
New Brunswick
Restoring the clam gardens of the Coast Salish peoples
For the Cost Salish peoples, clam gardens have always been both pantries and classrooms.
British Columbia
SGin Xaana Sdiihltl’lxa: night birds returning
Parks Canada, the Haida Nation and several international partners are helping recover Ancient Murrelets.
British Columbia
Llgaay gwii sdiihlda – restoring the balance
The Haida Nation and Parks Canada are restoring native plant species in Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve.
British Columbia

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