Monthly Archives: December 2022
Tumultuous Year Ends With Support for Sámi Forests and Messages from the Bering Sea
2022, a tumultous year draws to a close with major news of a support from Sweden to the Sámi forest rewilding and restoration. Additionally, a new science paper highlights the work with the Inupiaq in Unalakleet, Alaska. Snowchange Arctic Rewilding … Continue reading
Monitoring Environmental Changes in Tahltan Territory
Snowchange and Curtis Rattray, an Indigenous leader from the Tahltan Nation and TWILD‘s co-lead for community-led environmental monitoring developed steps to check out the feasibility of setting up a field monitoring camp in the Tuya Mountain area. They wanted to fly into … Continue reading
Washington Post Highlights the Sámi Efforts in Forests and Snowchange Rewilding
Washington Post in the US has published a large piece on the Snowchange rewilding efforts and Sámi steps to protect the last forests. You can see the article here.