Kátł’odeeche First Nation

About Us

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Community Projects

Katl’Odeeche First Nation, Northwest Territories
PETER REDVERS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF LANDS, RESOURCES, AND NEGOTIATIONS

Box 3060
Hay River Dene Reserve, NWT, X0E 1G4

This project involves facilitating a canoe trip along Kátł’odeh from northern Alberta (Dene Th’a primary territory) into the southern NWT (Kátł’odeeche Fırst Natıon primary territory) in order to document, using traditional perspectives, the differing changes and impacts in cultural landscapes from a highly impacted area (northern Alberta) to a relatively pristine area (southern NWT). The main type of information being gathered will include traditional place names; cultural sites and stories attached to the river; changes to the landscape and to cultural activities arising from logging, oil/gas development and other factors (such as forest fires and climate change); wildlife harvesting sites and areas; fish populations, migrations, and spawning; changes to water flow and quality; and visions for future land use and management. The information compiled will be prepared into a report (preferably jointly copyrighted by the Dene Th’a and the Kátłodeeche Fırst Natıon) and this report will be made available to the Tracking Change master project under a user licence agreement.

Get In Touch

Phone: (867) 874-6701
Fax: (867) 874-3229
katlodeeche.com