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Welcome to the multimedia gallery for topics being studied for the Marten Falls First Nation’s (MFFN) All-Season Community Access Road. In this gallery you will find videos and documents describing what is being studied (also known as 'valued components'), how it's being studied and why it's important. This includes both Indigenous Knowledge, which includes Anishinabek Traditional Knowledge, and western science.

We invite you to explore each topic below to learn about:

  • The importance of Indigenous Knowledge combined with western science
  • What studies are occurring and why
  • What we’ve already learned through field and desktop studies
  • How you can be involved

New videos will be added on an on-going basis.

 

FEATURED VIDEO: Vegetation

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Physiography, Geology, Terrain / Soils, Vegetation

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Hooved Animals (Caribou and Moose)

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Birds

Includes raptors, breeding birds, forest birds, shorebirds, waterfowl, bog/fen and other wetland birds & species at risk birds.

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Wildlife

Bats, amphibians and reptiles, furbearers, wolverines and pollinating insects.

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Socio-Community

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Economic

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Land and Resource Use

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Human Health And Community Safety

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Aboriginal and Treaty Rights and Interests

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Visual Aesthetics

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Archaeological and Cultural Heritage

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Climate Adaptation AND Resiliency

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Acoustic Environment

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Atmospheric Environment

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