Area of Focus: Indigenous traditional ecological knowledge

April 26, 2024

Computer model explores Tribal use of fire for ecosystem health

The Karuk Tribe regularly conducted burns in the fire-prone Klamath Mountains

April 24, 2024

Q&A: TEK and the wildlife profession

Tracing a trajectory from “elitism” to “equity”

March 14, 2024

Shedding light on the cryptic ringtail

A study on the Hoopa Valley Reservation has revealed some of the mammal’s secrets

December 15, 2023

Apply Now for 2024 Native American Research Assistantship

Selected applicants will work on a three-month research project with the U.S. Forest Service

November 2, 2023

The challenges of restoring bison to the plains

Brought from the brink of extinction, bison still present challenges

October 3, 2023

Native American Research Assistantship student heads to UN forum

Tanikwah Lang will attend the Biannual UN Global Indigenous Youth Forum

September 8, 2023

Mass bison kill in 1800s has lasting legacy on Indigenous people

Extirpation of bison from large parts of their former range affected more than the ecology

July 18, 2023

Q&A: A call to ‘braid’ Indigenous rights and endangered species laws

Indigenous leaders and researchers say recovery targets fall short for culturally important species

June 22, 2023

Watch: Canada’s Indigenous Guardian program continues to grow

Indigenous Guardian programs have swelled in the past decade

April 17, 2023

Joint effort reduces invasive bullfrogs in BC

The three-year project sought to protect the endangered northern leopard frog