VEGETATION

Vegetation is an important part of many ecosystems and animal habitats

In this video you will learn about:

  • The importance of Indigenous Knowledge combined with western science 
  • What vegetation is and why we are studying it 
  • What we’ve already learned about vegetation and 
  • How you can be involved 

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A closer look at the Vegetation Field Program

The Vegetation Field Program—to document and understand vegetation in the study area—is continuing for the federal Impact Assessment (IA) for Marten Falls First Nation’s proposed All-Season Community Access Road. The Terms of Reference (ToR), a framework to guide the provincial Environmental Assessment (EA), is currently with the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks for review and decision. If the ToR is approved, this field program will also inform the provincial EA.

The Vegetation Field Program for 2021 will run from September 18 to October 1.

Vegetation, physiography and peatlands are all connected. To learn more about the Vegetation Field Program and how it connects to physiography and peatlands, click the button below to read more in the Discussion Guide.

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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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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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Climate Adaptation AND Resiliency

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Atmospheric Environment

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