Monthly Archives: May 2014
The River Jukajoki restoration project in North Karelia, Finland builds on science and the local knowledge of the villages of Selkie and Alavi. New pages (in Finnish) have been opened about the 2010-2014 work. They are available here.
Given the tremendous interest over the past few days to the 2014 Näätämö and Ponoi Co-Management Report, we are happy to provide the framework document, capturing 2011-2013 efforts for all as a pdf, here.
While both rivers Näätämö and Ponoi remain in a relatively pristine condition, weather change, past and present industrial land and water uses possess emerging threats to Indigenous and local communities, Atlantic Salmon and fisheries. Snowchange Cooperative together with Eastern Sámi … Continue reading