Using Indigenous Knowledge to Improve Regional Planning in the Yukon
The November 24-25 gathering was a huge success with 50-60 on-line participants.
A workshop summary and proceedings will be sent to all participants once they have been reviewed. YLUPC is excited by this promissing beginning, and hope to host a related boards and committees gathering soon.
The Yukon News covered the workshop, and interviewed Council Member Tess McLeod. Read it here.
Land relationship planning: Exploring Balance through Weaving Indigenous Planning Concepts and Traditional Knowledge into Yukon Regional Land Plans and Chapter 11 of the UFA.
To create an Indigenous-rooted space to develop recommendations to evolve Chapter 11 objectives and implementation. We will explore how Yukon First Nation’s knowledge, ways and experience can support land and relationship planning approaches consistent with the Spirit and Intent of Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow and the Final Agreements.