The purpose is to protect fish & wildlife populations and their habitat located in the Southern Lakes area while providing mentoring and educational opportunities to youth. This is achieved by conducting monitoring activities and data collection. Under direct supervision of the Natural Resources Manager, youth participants will work with Environmental & Ecological Monitors and Youth Mentors to gain knowledge about CTFN Settlement Land and the CTFN Final Agreement, and learn practical skills and achieve certifications to conduct field work. Data relating to the above activities, ecological or environmental changes, and unusual sightings will be recorded. All monitor sightings of wildlife will be recorded.
Proponent: Carcross Tagish First Nation
Amount Awarded: $9,802.13
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