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  • CPAWS Northwest Territories | Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
    Nene Boreal Caribou NWT Protected Areas Strategy South Nahanni Watershed Recent news 09 12 15 CPAWS NWT Position Available Part Time Conservation Coordinator 27 11 15 Parks Canada wants YOUR views on Thaidene Nene 26 11 15 THE CARIBOU AND THE TREES View all news Get social Connect with CPAWS on the following sites Like CPAWS on Facebook What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected Areas Strategy

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  • About | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    work is based on the principles of conservation science and grounded in collaborative work with communities across the NWT We operate in a large and sparsely populated territory where effective relationships are crucial for working toward conservation goals As a grassroots organization NWT communities are the foundation of our conservation work Our results based campaigns are driven by local desire to see special places protected for current and future generations We work closely with NWT communities and Aboriginal governments the federal and territorial governments and other environmental organizations making long term commitments to each proposed protected area With strong connections to the people who live in NWT communities and our National organization behind us we have a proven track record and an impressive list of accomplishments to our name CPAWS NWT was formed in 1996 by volunteers and began to hire staff in 1999 We are based in Yellowknife and our NWT based volunteer Board of Directors guides our current work We played a key role in the development of the NWT Protected Areas Strategy and continue to play an important role in assisting communities to seek protection of important natural and cultural places Read about our successes and what

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  • Resources | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    Conservation Woodland caribou in the NWT Boreal Caribou NWT Species Status Report Species at Risk NWT Species At Risk Parks and Protected Areas National Parks and National Historic Sites in the NWT NWT Protected Areas Strategy National Wildlife Areas in the NWT Regional Land Use Planning Sahtu Land Use Planning Board Gwich in Land Use Planning Board Dehcho Land Use Planning Committee Photo by Stefan Goodman What we do Boreal

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  • What we do | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    NWT They are a signal species meaning their status reflects the health and biodiversity of the boreal forest ecosystem In Canada Boreal caribou are listed as a Threatened species and there is reason to be concerned that their numbers in the NWT may drop significantly in the near future Intense industrial development in neighbouring provinces Alberta and British Columbia neither have regional land use plans or appropriate habitat protection in place has left many local populations on the brink of survival But there is hope The NWT still has an opportunity to make critical resource management decisions that will secure the future of this species and the health of our boreal forest NWT Protected Areas Strategy CPAWS NWT is a founding member of the NWT Protected Areas Strategy PAS The PAS is a community driven process that seeks to establish a network of protected areas across the NWT that protect both natural and cultural values and are also representative of all 42 NWT ecoregions South Nahanni Watershed For more than 4 decades protecting the South Nahanni Watershed has been vigorously supported locally across Canada and at the international level Nahanni National Park Reserve became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978 CPAWS has been a champion for both Nááts ihch oh and Nahanni National Park Reserves which protect a combined area of over 35 000km² of the South Nahanni Watershed These protected areas encompass diverse landscapes and provide habitat for a rich variety of vegetation and wildlife unique for an area this far north It is also home to some of the world s finest karst formations These fascinating limestone formations are full of caves sinkholes alvars underground rivers and streams springs and sealed underground lakes CPAWS NWT continues to push for strengthened conservation of the South Nahanni watershed and

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  • How can I help? | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    1 800 333 WILD at any time Donate Your financial support funds our current work to keep at least half of Canada s public lands and water wild forever You can make a single gift or join over 1 800 Wilderness Protection Club members who support CPAWS with a monthly donation Give an E card Send an e card to a loved one when celebrating a birthday wedding anniversary or any other special occasion We make it easy to give the gift of nature Legacy Gift By leaving a gift to CPAWS in your will you ll be helping to conserve our country s magnificent wilderness forever Consider a planned gift such as life insurance charitable gift annuity charitable remainder trust or bequest or give a gift of securities Contact us to find out how Fundraise for CPAWS Looking to support wilderness conservation through an activity or event CPAWS is happy to help promote and support you and your initiative if you would like to raise funds in support of protecting Canada s wilderness Please fill out our Third Party Fundraising Application form and let CPAWS know what you re doing to help Volunteer Volunteering with CPAWS is a great way to make friends learn about conservation first hand and be part of our mission to protect Canada s wilderness View our current opportunities Take Action Add your voice in support of our campaigns View our current actions Recycle your vehicle Donate A Car Canada accepts vehicle donations for CPAWS They provide free towing in many areas across Canada or you can drop off your vehicle to maximize your donation When you donate your RV boat motorcycle or other vehicle to CPAWS through Donate A Car Canada it will either be recycled or sold at auction depending on its condition

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  • Volunteer @ CPAWS
    as volunteers and board members Download our pdf Volunteer Application PDF 283 Kb and email it to nwtadmin cpaws org Our staff will contact you about upcoming opportunities About Board of directors Contact us Staff Successes Job opportunities Volunteer with us Resources What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected Areas Strategy South Nahanni Watershed Thaidene Nene Events About CPAWS NWT About Board of directors Contact us Resources

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  • Take Action | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    actions What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected Areas Strategy South Nahanni Watershed Thaidene Nene Events About CPAWS NWT About Board of directors Contact us Resources Staff Successes Board Job opportunities Volunteer with us Chapters CPAWS National Yukon Northwest Territories British Columbia Northern Alberta Southern Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba Wildlands League Ontario Ottawa Valley SNAP Quebec Nova Scotia New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador How can I help Make

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  • News | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    Conservation Areas Action Plan 04 09 15 CPAWS NWT AGM is on September 10th 30 07 15 Thaidene Nene national park reserve boundary unveiled this week 29 07 15 Lutsel K e NWT CPAWS welcomes important progress towards protecting Thaidene Nene 22 07 15 Our Spring Summer 2015 Newsletter is out 09 07 15 GNWT public consultations on Thaidene Nene start July 15th 30 06 15 2015 Love the Land Photo Contest is now open 23 06 15 Opportunity for Input Proposed NWT Boreal Caribou Recovery Strategy 12 05 15 Northern National Parks Models from Across Canada 07 05 15 Thaidene Nene featured in Conservation Alliance News 02 04 15 LKDFN and GNWT issue press releases on Thaidene Nene progress 02 04 15 Correcting the record on Thaidene Nene April 1 2015 17 12 14 Read our Fall Winter Issue of Nahedeh Notes 16 12 14 CPAWS 2014 Annual Boreal Caribou Report Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 Last Subscribe to news updates via RSS Events Looking for something to do Check our events section Get social Connect with CPAWS on the following sites Like CPAWS on Facebook What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected Areas

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