archive-org.com » ORG » M » MIGMAQRESOURCE.ORG

Total: 100

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Our Work | GMRC
    River Bar First Nation Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Our Work Improve environmental awareness and decision making abilities among First Nation communities within Gespe gewa gi through relevant aquatic related research activities based on Aboriginal traditional knowledge and Western science Since 2007 we ve been able to secure a number of environmental projects that have benefitted our communities and the surrounding

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/our-work (2016-02-09)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Our Work
    in various committees and processes to assist strengthen and complement the existing relationship between member organizations DFO and stakeholders partners with the view of allowing for meaningful Mi gmaq input information gathering knowledge sharing and active participation The GMRC participates in collaborative management structures that contribute to integrated ecosystem watershed management and planning processes This activity builds a corporate presence for the GMRC as a representative of its member communities

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/print/49 (2016-02-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Media | GMRC
    Discussions Robert Brisk Introducing GMRC Blog Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Media Welcome to the Video Gallery Please select which video you would like to view by clicking on a video thumbnail For even more exclusive videos from GMRC check out our Facebook Page Listuguj Mi gmaq Salmon Fishing GMRC salmon distribution to community elders Elder Discussions Isaac Ike Metallic Elder

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/media (2016-02-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi | GMRC
    between salmon and the Mi gmaq of Gespe gewa gi Stable isotope analysis GMRC welcomes new GIS Technician Pascale Gosselin 2014 annual report now available Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary Fyke nets for eel research Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi November 13 2015 In the early 90 s the Miramichi river began experiencing low numbers in regards to striped bass stocks Due to this the Department of Fisheries Oceans implemented restrictive measures to protect the remaining stocks Here are a few facts taken from the report In the Gulf region Based on low abundance in during early 1990 s restrictive measures put in place Commercial fishery closed in 1996 Recreational Fishery closed in 2000 Suspension of allocation to Aboriginals in 2000 2012 incidental capture allowed in Food Social Ceremonial fisheries if prior allocation existed before 2000 In the Southern Gulf of St Lawrence region Recreational fishery opened in 2013 and 2014 Collection of fishery data on Miramichi occurred on 17 days out of

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/gulf-region-report-striped-bass-miramichi (2016-02-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Medicinal walk with Karen | GMRC
    the Restigouche River estuary Fyke nets for eel research Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Medicinal walk with Karen by John Murvin Vicaire November 12 2015 We couldn t have asked for a nicer day in November than the one we got last Tuesday It was nice and sunny and unusually warm This was the fourth time that Karen has made her way up from Maine to share her knowledge with us but it s still just the beginning of our learning journey The day began by meeting with Karen in Ugpi ganjig Eel River Bar Before setting out on the field in search of aquatic medicines she showed us some of the medicinal plants she had previously collected with the help of a local community member It was amazing to see all the different types of plants being dried or soaking in alcohol to be used as tinctures These are plants which under different circumstances one wouldn t think much of Most of the time we call them weeds not caring enough even to learn their name But the fact is each plant does have a purpose We are able to see that each time Karen joins us and teaches us something new about various medicinal plants She has shown us how tamarack can be used as a lotion and how we can make mint salve to help with colds and congestion She has shown us how cow parsnip be careful parts of plant can burn your skin can be used to treat shingles She has taught us the different uses of bladder wrack cattail root and many others A word of caution

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/medicinal-walk-karen (2016-02-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Tree planting on the Eel river | GMRC
    welcomes new GIS Technician Pascale Gosselin 2014 annual report now available Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary Fyke nets for eel research Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Tree planting on the Eel river by John Murvin Vicaire November 12 2015 On Friday

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/tree-planting-eel-river (2016-02-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary | GMRC
    in lobster seeding efforts Eel research on the Restigouche river GMRC partners with NBCC environmental technology program Gathering Mi gmaq knowledge on smelts Plamu A look at the relationship between salmon and the Mi gmaq of Gespe gewa gi Stable isotope analysis GMRC welcomes new GIS Technician Pascale Gosselin 2014 annual report now available Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary Fyke nets for eel research Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary by Denny Isaac Aquatic Research Director at GMRC On Saturday June 27 2015 the GMRC tagged our first eel as part of our current Aboriginal Funds for Species at Risk AFSAR project It was a great day to be outdoors on the field The sun was finally shining and the American eel was successfully sedated tagged and recuperated After we released the eel it began to swim off into the distance We then place our loaned VR100 thank you to the Atlantic Salmon Federation into the water and we pinged our eel The project is

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/eel-tracking-restigouche-river-estuary (2016-02-09)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Fyke nets for eel research | GMRC
    Gosselin 2014 annual report now available Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary Fyke nets for eel research Gulf region report on striped bass in Miramichi Medicinal walk with Karen Tree planting on the Eel river Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Fyke nets for eel research by Craig Isaac This week on the field we set two fyke nets one at

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/news/fyke-nets-eel-research (2016-02-09)
    Open archived version from archive



  •