Help our member communities develop partnerships and establish management protocols in order to limit the threats affecting our salmon population.
The creation of a round table allows our communities to act on the strategic positions adopted during out March 2015 conference. One resident from each community who is involved in fisheries management sits on the table to represent their interests. Since 2015, this interface has allowed the creation of the following measures:
- 11 management measures were established in the seven Innu communities, covering a total of 12 rivers
- Fields of action affected by these measures: environmental awareness, attracting partners, sharing information within the community and political advocacy
- AMIK visits the communities to hold public meetings in order to establish the link between scientific and Traditional Indigenous Knowledge with Elders and fisheries managers
Partners: Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk, Atlantic Salmon Conservation Fund, Fédération québécoise pour le saumon atlantique, Secrétariat aux affaires autochtones
Project Mananger: Mathieu Marsa