Our Indigenous partners play a significant role in the work we do at ISCBC, by making recommendations; identifying training and outreach topics; identifying opportunities to strengthen and build partnerships with industries and governments; helping identify and facilitate relevant training and employment opportunities; and reviewing resources to make sure that they are culturally informed.
For resources to help either learn about or address invasive species, for learning activities, and more please visit our Indigenous Resources section.
The Indigenous Invasive Species Network (IISN) is made up of representatives from indigenous communities, indigenous organizations, and Indigenous peoples from across BC; all who are interested in sharing their thoughts on invasive species, resource development, and initiatives. For to join or for more information on the IISN please visit our Indigenous Invasive Species Network section.
Photo: Upper Nicola Band and ISCBC, Nov 15, 2017