Traditional recognition and Forestry’s involvement in Indigenous research

Posted on July 16, 2017

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Currently, many family members are involved in both the governance and academic endeavours related to protecting their rights.  UBC Forestry has had a significant influence in the community and is currently “home” to Maiyoo Keyoh family member, Seraphine Munroe. Seraphine is working on her MSc degree in the Department of Forest Resources Management

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