Wahkohtowin welcomes you into the new Innovation Center, offering you a virtual tour of the new workspace and introducing you to the wonderful staff and partners that helped make it all happen! Recorded as part of our soft launch on August 24th 2021.
Wahkohtowin Innovation Centre is opening its Doors to Communities in the Northeast Superior Region Chapleau, ON (August 20, 2021) – In late 2019, Ecotrust Canada received a $143,600 Capital grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to help its partner, Wahkohtowin Development GPI, purchase a three-story building in Chapleau to house [...]
Wahkohtowin has been developing and growing its approach to resourcing needed staffing positions. By design we are meant to be a stand alone service body to our owner First Nations which requires us to continuously seek out and rely on positive career development programs such as the Digital Skills for Youth (DS4Y) Program delivered by [...]
https://thenarwhal.ca/california-boreal-forest-indigenous-bill/ Check out this recent article from The Narwhal featuring quotes from an interview with Wahkohtowin's GM David Flood!
ICL_report_2021 Prepared and authored by Pamela Perrault and Firelight Research Inc. This report contains Investigation of how the concept of Indigenous Cultural Landscapes could be integrated into FSC Canada's National Forest Stewardship Standard A Case Study into the concept of Indigenous Cultural Landscapes in communities participating in FSC Certification Includes Interview Guide and Interview Expectations [...]
Look who just received their Certificates of Completion for the FSC Chain of Custody and Controlled Wood Expert online course
Wahkohtowin Project Forester Isabelle Allen and Wildlife Biology Intern Elena McCulloch have received their Certificates of Completion for the FSC Chain of Custody and Controlled Wood Expert online course! The course took place over Zoom from November 16th to November 20th and was organized by Preferred by Nature (previously NepCon). The course culminated in a [...]
The Wahkohtowin Team Launch their First Birch Canoe Click here to read the Chapleau Express Article
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Hot off the press 🔥 New bioheat guide for clean and affordable energy Click here to view the guide
Land Needs Guardians (@land_guardians) tweeted at 4:50 AM on Wed, Jan 29, 2020: As the threats of climate change intensify, research confirms: Lands managed by #Indigenous Peoples are healthier & more vibrant. Join the #LandNeedsGuardians movement calling for more Indigenous-led stewardship to create a better world for everyone. https://t.co/UOJB6BKSQy https://twitter.com/land_guardians/status/1222502183263928320?s=09