Monthly Archives: September 2019

Professor Gretta Pecl on a Visit to Finland: Marine Area Science to Also Include Indigenous Knowledges

Professor Gretta Pecl, a marine ecologist, visits Snowchange for a week in North Karelia. The visit will include public lectures, excursions to Snowchange restoration sites and traditional fishing. Her work has focused, amongst other things, on addressing key questions for … Continue reading

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Wendat Knowledge Holder Releases a New Book on “Native Roots of Democracy”

Wendat Professor Georges Sioui and a Snowchange steering group member, who is also one of the most recognized Indigenous scholars and defenders of Indigenous rights in Canada and globally, releases a new book. Eatenonha is the Wendat word for love … Continue reading

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Koitajoki River Documented in a New Seining Film

Snowchange, the community of Ala-Koita fishermen, PrettyGoodProductions and the Interreg SHAPE project release a new film, “Koitajoki”. This short documentary focuses on an iconic, but highly endangered cultural fishery in Karelia – river seining. The film is available here. Koitajoki … Continue reading

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