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Indigenous voices reveal key strategies for navigating the challenging return of sea otters

1 month ago   |   By British Ecological Society

A new study highlighting the long-term relationships between Indigenous peoples and ocean resources reveals how coastal communities can improve their ability to coexist with recovering sea otter populations. The recovery of this notorious shellfish predator is triggering major changes in nearshore marine ecosystems impacting food security for many First Nations.
Researchers from SFU initiated the “ Coastal Voices ” collaboration, a partnership with Indigenous leaders and knowledge holders representing 19 First Nations and Tribes from Alaska to British Columbia. Recognizing that Indigenous...
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