Dasiqox Tribal Park

Dasiqox Tribal Park is an expression of Indigenous governance initiated by the Xeni Gwet’in and Yuneŝit’in Governments, and supported by the Tŝilhqot’in National Government, located about 125 kilometres southwest of Williams Lake, BC. The tribal park concept presents an alternative vision for the management and governance of the land in this area, that reflects the values of the local people – it includes ecosystem protection, cultural revitalization and sustainable economic development. Dasiqox Tribal Park is also called Nexwagwezʔan— meaning ‘there for us.’ Its work is supported by the Dasiqox Tribal Park Initiative, a project on the Tides Canada shared platform. (The above images are credited to River Voices Productions and Tsilhqot’in National Government).

Grant Amount:
20,000
Grant Length:
One Year
Year:
2018
City:
Williams Lake
State:
British Columbia
Country:
Canada
Region:
Pacific Northwest
Program Area:
Land Stewardship