Asatiwisipe Aki Management Plan


The Asatiwisipe Aki Management Plan arises from several earlier initiatives by Poplar River First Nation. Poplar River has completed a variety of studies for the planning area, including traditional knowledge and community history interviews with Elders, traditional land use studies, archaeological investigations, moose habitat sustainability mapping, an indigenous plants study, and a wild foods contaminants study. As well, case studies have recently been completed for several parks and protected areas initiatives involving First Nations elsewhere in Canada in order to identify lessons learned that can be applied in the preparation and implementation of our land management plan...

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Poplar River First Nation. "Asatiwisipe Aki Management Plan." Poplar River, Manitoba. May 2011.

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