Central Coast Indigenous Resource Alliance“Working together to uphold the laws of our ancestors”
First Nations culture and well-being are intricately linked to the health of our environment. For over 10,000 years we sustainably managed our territorial resources, ensuring that the trees, fish and water in our territories provided for today’s needs without compromising the health of the resources for future generations. Over the last 100 years we have watched as a sector-by-sector approach to resource management has depleted resources on the land and in the ocean.
The Central Coast Indigenous Resource Alliance is working to return us to the healthy communities and sustainable resource management practices of our past by ensuring First Nations interests and traditional knowledge are balanced with the best western science.
New Rockfish Study CCIRA is doing some exciting new work on rockfish conservation Video introduction to MaPP Find out about CCIRA's role in the Marine Planning Partnership in this new video Employment Opportunity CCIRA is seeking a lands coordinator to assist the Kitasoo/Xai'xais, Nuxalk and Wuikinuxv Nations