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Seal River Watershed Traditional Knowledge Report

Seal River Watershed Alliance

July 2021 – November 2021

The Seal River Watershed Alliance is in the process of permanently conserving the Seal Watershed as an Indigenous Protected and Conserved area. The purpose of this initiative is to build a Case for Conservation. This process involves conducting literature reviews, engaging with other Nations for Traditional Knowledge, producing creative media content to support the project, and development of an Indigenous Knowledge Report.

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