How One B.C. Group, First Nations Bought out Trophy Hunters

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Takeaways:

  • During the pandemic, foreign licenses to hunt as well as the number of hunters decreased dramatically. First Nations groups want to keep it this way by paying hunting guides to stop hunting.
  • The role of First Nation’s is essential to ensure there are no roaming hunters as well as limiting the number of non-Indigenous tour guides.
  • It goes without saying that biodiversity loss and a warming global climate system cannot be separated but neither can the people that watch over these lands. And they need to be heard.

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