Monthly Archives: February 2022
Seija Sivertsen, Knowledgeable Speaker of One of the World’s Most Endangered Languages Goes Home
Seija Sivertsen (nee Feodoroff), Skolt Sámi knowledge holder, language teacher and a traditional fisher passed on 22nd February, 2022. Snowchange salutes the life work of this outstanding Indigenous woman. Seija was born in mid-1950s in the Skolt Sámi community of … Continue reading
Pahajoenjänkä – an Arctic Rewilding Star for 2022
Snowchange has begun the assessment and reviewing of rewilding activities on Pahajoenjänkä, a sub-Arctic aapa peatland in Salla, Lapland. Substantial actions are planned for 2022. Pahajoenjänkä is a 105-hectare sub-Arctic aapa peatland rewilding site in Salla community in Lapland. It has substantial … Continue reading
Climate Conversations Ep 1: How Can We Make Sure Marginalised Voices Are Heard?
In this moving and insightful episode climate activist Mitzi Jonelle Tan speaks to CCAG’s Dr Tero Mustonen and TV presenter and paralympic medallist Ade Adepitan. Available here.
February Seining Operates in Tough Conditions on the Ice, LPR Sites Increased
February seining is under way with teams on the ice. Fish is coming, but ice conditions are challenging. Snowchange winter seining team is harvesting vendace on the ice. Fish has been coming, but since end of January the conditions have … Continue reading