• Respect For Fish

    Respect For Fish

    The Carcross Tagish Renewable Resources Council has partnered with and participating in this valuable project. The pilot project will be the Tagish River and surrounding waters. Project Goal: To develop a collaborative outreach and education campaign that supports different knowledge systems with intention of articulating and changing behaviour around "Respect for Fish". For further info contact the CTRRC or this website: respectforfish.com

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  • Southern Lakes Caribou

    Southern Lakes Caribou

    Yukon Government is in the process of updating population data for the Carcross, Laberge, and Ibex caribou herds. To support this work, 72 GPS collars were deployed between November 2018 and March 2019. An additional 10 collars were deployed in early December, 2019. For more info click "Read More"

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  • On the Land Gathering

    On the Land Gathering

    Over two days, June 7th and 8th, the Carcross/Tagish Renewable Resources Council (C/TRRC) hosted over 55 participants “on the land” in Tagish to discuss Southern Lakes Caribou and the potential for a Carcross/Tagish traditional territory Community-Based Fish and Wildlife Workplan (FWWP).

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  • Community Based Fish and Wildlife Workplan

    Community Based Fish and Wildlife Workplan

    Over the course of four evenings in February and March of 2019, the Carcross/Tagish Renewable Resources Council (C/TRRC) conducted broad- based community engagement in Mount Lorne, Carcross, Marsh Lake and Tagish with a focus on fish, wildlife and habitat.

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  • Tagish and Nares Cisco Reports

    Tagish and Nares Cisco Reports

    Elders have seen changes in the cisco over time and have raised concerns that the populations have declined substantially over the long term of more than 50 years. Their observations around the decline of cisco in the Nares and Tagish Rivers were the impetus for three years of research initiated by the Carcross/Tagish Renewable Resources Council. To gain a better and holistic understanding of the cisco, this research has included gathering traditional, local, and scientific knowledge.

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  • Southern Lakes Fisheries Campaign

    Southern Lakes Fisheries Campaign

    Increased fishing pressure in the accessible Southern Lakes was already a concern, prior to covid-19. The concern for vulnerable Lubbock River Grayling and Little Atlin Lake Trout was the impetus for this campaign led by the Carcross/Tagish Renewable Resources Council (C/TRRC). The C/TRRC working with partners Carcross/Tagish First Nation (C/TFN) and the Department of Environment (DOE), hired Dennis Zimmermann with Big Fish Little Fish Consultants to develop an outreach and education campaign in the spring of 2020.

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