Resources

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Knowledge Agenda Action Plan - Annual report 2019/20

  • Un résume du rapport est disponible en français dans ce document.
Publication date: 
December 2021
Resource Category: 
Education and outreach
Resource Type: 
Reports
Type of resource: 
File
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  • The Take a Family on the Land Program provides funding to NWT Indigenous communities, governments and organizations, as well as not-for-profit associations, who then support the facilitation of on the land activities for families.
  • Le Programme permettant aux familles d’aller sur les terres ancestrales fournit des fonds aux collectivités, gouvernements et organisations autochtones des TNO, ainsi qu’aux associations à but non lucratif, qui soutiennent ensuite la facilitation d’activités sur les terres ancestrales pour les familles.
Publication date: 
December 2021
Resource Category: 
Education and outreach, Hunting, trapping and harvesting
Resource Type: 
Forms
Type of resource: 
File
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Le Programme jeunesse de subvention et de mentorat pour la gestion des eaux des TNO vise à soutenir l'engagement et le leadership des jeunes dans ce domaine en offrant mentorat et subventions pour des petits projets. Pour de plus amples renseignements au sujet du programme, visitez notre site Web : www.nwtwaterstewardship.ca.

Publication date: 
September 2021
Resource Category: 
Education and outreach, Water
Resource Type: 
Guidelines
Type of resource: 
File
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The purpose of the NWT Youth Water Stewardship and Mentorship Grant Program is to support youth engagement and leadership in water stewardship through mentorship and small project grants. For more information about the program, visit our website: www.nwtwaterstewardship.ca.

Publication date: 
September 2021
Resource Category: 
Education and outreach, Water
Resource Type: 
Guidelines
Type of resource: 
File
Description: 

Accurate land cover maps are critical to our understanding of how water moves across the landscape and necessary to predict impacts of climate change on water resources. Wilfrid Laurier University researchers created and tested a new method to map land cover types – such as forests, bogs and fens – in the headwaters of the Scotty Creek basin, located in the southern Taiga Plains ecozone approximately 55 kilometres south of Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories (NWT).

  • En anglais seulement
Publication date: 
July 2021
Resource Category: 
Climate change, Education and outreach, Monitoring, Research and data, Water
Resource Type: 
Documents
Type of resource: 
File