Preston Hardison, Tulalip Natural Resources Treaty Rights Office The Pacific salmon is a cultural keystone species for many indigenous peoples of the West Coast of Canada and the United States. Salmon are our relatives, central to our histories, identities, stories, expressions, culture and economies. We honour them every year with the first salmon ceremony, through … Read more
The community-based tagal system in Sabah, Malaysia
Alice Mathew and Jawatankuasa BioBudaya Melangkap Tagal means prohibition in the Dusun language, and has been practised by the indigenous peoples of Sabah for many generations. It involves shared responsibilities and management, not only for rivers but also for other natural resources. This traditional concept has been adopted by the Sabah Fisheries Department and about … Read more
History of the Ngati Hine pilot program for the monitoring, recovery, and protection of eels
Ngati Hine is a fishing nation in Aotearoa/New Zealand which cultivates a day to day relationship with eels. We maintain a high level of traditional knowledge and customary use, including on how to transfer and hold eels in boxes for up to twelve months.