Boreal Caribou and Moose at the Crossroads: Multi-Species Management, CWD, and Indigenous Food Security in Northern Saskatchewan

Please check back here to see this project develop. Presently we are engaging with communities and developing a proposal to study and assess risks to wildlife in northern Saskatchewan and to identify practical short- and long-term solutions to mitigate these risks. This includes strategies to stop the transmission of chronic wasting disease (CWD) into Canada’s caribou herds, and balancing healthy moose populations with that of CWD-free caribou. Stay tuned! This will be a major program of regional, provincial, and national significance that bridges Traditional Ecological and Local Knowledge with novel approaches based on western science. Contact me for details by clicking on the Contact page.