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  • Events | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    Be the Bou Stories in the Snow There are no events planned at this time To receive news and updates from CPAWS including when there s something happening in your area join our action list below action form 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

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  • Board of directors | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    conservation concerns to the national level from 2000 2007 She has worked as a wildlife biologist for a variety of government and non government organizations for almost 30 years including more than 15 years with a caribou co management board from which she las learned much about the vital relationships between northern peoples lands waters and wildlife Antje Rilk We were excited to welcome Antje to our Board in 2015 While visiting from Germany in 2011 Antje was on a quest to find out more about Thaidene Nene and how she could get involved to support the proposed National Park Reserve She walked into our office and has been a volunteer for CPAWS NWT ever since After that summer spent on the East Arm of Great Slave Lake and finishing her Geography BSc degree at the University of Freiburg Germany her only thought was to move to the NWT she has lived full time in Yellowknife since 2013 and recently became our newest board member She will now be working behind the scenes and you will also continue to see her volunteering at CPAWS NWT public events Photo by Mike Palmer About Board of directors Contact us Staff Successes Job

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  • Contact us | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    Janes 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 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

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  • Staff | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    sustainable resource development conserving healthy ecosystems while meeting the needs of NWT communities Our 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

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  • Staff | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    engage in conservation issues for the long term Erica Janes Conservation Outreach Coordinator Erica earned her B Sc in Biology from the University of Victoria A born and raised northerner she worked as a naturalist and heritage interpreter and forestry research technician in coastal BC but chose to return to the boreal forest in 2003 She has dedicated her time to conservation in the NWT with CPAWS since 2005 and spends as much of her time as possible exploring the wild places near Yellowknife with her young family Erica focuses her time on the Chapter s work with the Lutsel K e Dene First Nation on establishing Thaidene Nene S hannon Moore Conservation Outreach Assistant Hailing from south eastern Ontario Shannon moved to Yellowknife in 2013 With her background as a Conservation Technician with Parks Canada and a former Interpreter with Ontario Parks conservation outreach has been a part of her life for quite some time Her academic background includes a B A in Environmental Studies with a focus on Policy Law as well as a diploma in Natural Resource Management As the newest staff member of CPAWS NWT Shannon is thrilled to be working to protect the natural beauty

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  • Successes | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    decade with the Dehcho First Nations and Parks Canada to more meaningfully protect the natural and cultural values of this spectacular and globally significant area The final step needed to secure the entire watershed is to establish the proposed Naatsi ihch oh National Park Reserve upstream to protect the Nahanni headwaters in the Sahtu Settlement Area 2009 Protection of Saoyú ehdacho In April 2009 the two peninsulas of Saoyú ehdacho on Great Bear Lake were protected forever as a National Historic Site Saoyú ehdacho is now protected and managed cooperatively by the community of Dél ne and Parks Canada according to their shared vision for the site The Cooperative Management Agreement is based this shared vision for the site and includes Setting up cultural learning and healing programs on the land Placing Dél ne in a central role in site operations Respecting Sahtugot ine harvesting rights and Maintenance of commemorative integrity and opportunities for Canadians to learn about the site and about Sahtugot ine culture CPAWS NWT was directly involved with protecting Saoyú ehdacho since its entry into the NWT Protected Areas Strategy in the early 1990s Our contributions were recognized at the official announcement in Dél ne in April 2009 and we count the protection of these special places as an enormous cooperative accomplishment Saoyú ehdacho National Historic Site is made up of two culturally and ecologically important peninsulas on the west side of Great Bear Lake NWT totalling over 5 500 sq km Great Bear Lake is the largest lake wholly contained within Canada and the ninth largest lake in the world Saoyú ehdacho is deeply linked to the history and culture of the Sahtugot ine the people of Great Bear Lake These peninsulas are alive with rich oral histories and traditional place names that help to define

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  • Staff | 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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  • Jobs @ CPAWS
    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 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

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