Indigenous Knowledge

Water flowing over rocks in a lake in Marten Falls.
  • Indigenous Knowledge refers to the environmental and cultural knowledge of the land, water and resources passed down by Indigenous peoples over many generations.
  • Indigenous Knowledge is important for the planning of the Community Access Road.
  • MFFN’s Guiding Principles for Indigenous Knowledge will be used for the Community Access Road.
  • A Sharing Agreement, developed with the MFFN Community Based Land Use Planning Team, will guide the use, collection and protection of Indigenous Knowledge for the Community Access Road.
  • Additional Indigenous Knowledge may be collected for the Community Access Road.
  • Indigenous Knowledge protocols and Guiding Principles of our neighbouring Indigenous Communities will be respected.