Principal Investigator:Bandringa, Robert Licenced Year(s):
The goal of this project is to collect and document traditional uses and knowledge of plants in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR), to store this information in a permanent form for future generations of Inuvialuit, to promote and enhance education a...
Principal Investigator:Fletcher, Christopher Licenced Year(s):2005
This research is a collaboration between Deline community researchers and Deline Uranium Team members. The research will examine Sahtuot'ine concepts of health, healing traditions, and their integration into planning, education and policy. Most of the re...
Principal Investigator:Andre, Alestine Licenced Year(s):
The primary objective of this collaborative research work between Ruth Welsh, Gwich'in Elder and Plant Specialist, and myself as a Gwich'in Graduate student is to make sure that the traditional plant knowledge and the uses of plants for medicine is docum...
Principal Investigator:Wolki, Lena Licenced Year(s):
The Sachs Harbour Elders & Youth Councils wish to pursue the continuation of the Oral & Traditional Knowledge / History of Banks Island with focus on northern areas of the Island. Before going to Aulavik National Park, the elders participating will be visited and shown a map of the park and the surrounding area to see how many traditional place names they can recall and how many places they actual...
Principal Investigator:Fehr, Alan Licenced Year(s):
Elders, students and researchers will work together to document the food value and medicinal use of plants. Each month, elders from each community (Aklavik, Fort McPherson, Inuvik and Tsiigehtchic) will spend two days collecting and preserving plants. The students and researchers will assist them, plus photograph the plants and record Elder's comments about each plant. After each field trip the...
Principal Investigator:Borre, Kristen Licenced Year(s):
The researchers will collect samples of plants Inuit indicate are important to their lives, including nutritional, economic, ecological, social, cultural and religious importance. The uses and meaning of the plants and the land on which they grow will be discussed with Inuit and recorded. The way in which Inuit think about plants and how they use them will be analyzed....