ABOUT THIS PROJECT
Coastal Voices is a diverse group of Indigenous leaders, knowledge holders, scientists and artists from British Columbia and Alaska working together, discussing and planning for the profound changes triggered by the return of sea otters. Through the lens of traditional knowledge and western science, our goal is to collect and share information to build a respectful dialogue to better equip coastal communities and policy makers with socially just and ecologically sustainable strategies to navigate the changes that come with the recovery of this key predator. Share in this journey and watch our film, or browse the library in our Video Room.
If you wish use content from this website, please use the following attribution/citation:
Salomon, A.K., J.M. Burt, I. Herb, Kii'iljuus B. Wilson, Hup-in-Yook T. Happynook, Skil-Hilans A. Davidson, Wigvilhba Wakas H. Humchitt, Wii-tst-koom A. Mack, Gitkinjuuaas R. Wilson, N. Tanape Sr., L. Wood. Coastal Voices (website). [DATE ACCESSED] www.coastalvoices.net
With Consent & Guidance From:
The Steering Committee of Hereditary Chiefs & Traditional Knowledge Holders