ENVIRONMENT YUKON






Community-based Fish & Wildlife Work Plans

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Community-based fish and wildlife work plans are one way that Yukon government, First Nation governments and renewable resources councils come together to decide the priority issues for their area and describe proposed cooperative approaches for addressing these concerns.


Na-Cho Nyäk Dun Traditional Territory  (2014-2019) pdf icon2 MB

This work plan addresses issues related to habitat, moose, freshwater fish, caribou, and monitoring and stewardship in the Na-Cho Nyäk Dun Traditional Territory.


Little Salmon/Carmacks Traditional Territory (2012-2017) pdf icon3 MB

This work plan addresses issues related to fish and wildlife populations, habitat, harvest and information gaps in the Little Salmon/Carmacks Traditional Territory.


Vuntut Gwitchin Traditional Territory (2013-2018) pdf icon1.23 MB

This work plan addresses issues related to fish and wildlife populations and monitoring, managing human-wildlife conflicts, harvest and education, and habitat in the Vuntut Gwitchin Traditional Territory.


Regional Assessment of Wildlife in the Yukon Southern Lakes Area (2012)

Volume 1 pdf icon1.5 MB

Volume 2 pdf icon750 KB


The Southern Lakes Regional Wildlife Assessment and Recommendations is the first joint effort by governments (Canada, British Columbia, and First Nations) to recover and conserve wildlife populations and their habitat in the Southern Lakes area.

The assessment was developed by the Southern Lakes Wildlife Coordinating Committee. Its composition, mandate and duties are outlined in Schedules B and E, respectively, of Chapter 16 of the Kwanlin Dün and Carcross/Tagish First Nations’ final agreements.


Champagne and Aishihik First Nations Traditional Territory

Work planning is currently underway for the Champagne and Aishihik Traditional Territory. Check back for updates.

 

Fish and Wildlife Planning

Environment Yukon

Government of Yukon

Box 2703 (V-5A)
Whitehorse, Yukon
Canada Y1A 2C6

Phone: 867-667-3645
Toll free (in Yukon): 1-800-661-0408 ext. 8291
Fax: 867-393-6263

Email: fish.wildlife@gov.yk.ca