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Title: Iisaak Respects Terms of Memorandum of Understanding

Year: 2011

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Type: Newspaper Article

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Title: Sustainable Foreset Management Plan: Tree Farm License 57, Timber Licenses (T0831, T0834, T0837, T0840 & T0846) & Tree Farm License 54 (Portion Inside Clayoquot Sound)

Year: 2011

Author(s): Derek Drake

Type: Other

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Executive Summary: This document is a Sustainable Forest Management Plan (SFMP) for Iisaak Forest Resources Ltd. It covers Iisaak and Mamook's complete tenure holdings of approximately 136,450 hectares in Clayoquot Sound, BC. THis area is made up of three basic tenure types namely TFL57 (including Tls inside TFL 57), TFL 54 and TLs (T0831, T0834, T0837, T0849 and T0846) held outside of TFLs. The forest tenure Iisaak manages (TFL54) is owned by Iisaak's parent company Mamook Natural Resources Ltd who has assigned management responsibilities to Iisaak in 2010. The planning framework presente dis subjected to the provisions and conditions of the current tenure license documents, the Forst Act and regulations, the Forest and range Practices Act and regulations, the Forest Practices Code of BC Act and regulations, the Clayoquot Sound Scientific Panel Recommendations, the official Clayoquot Sound Watershed Plans (established via the Clayoquot Sound Land Use Order, 2008), the Clayoquot Sound Watershed Planning Process and other relevant government legislation and associated regulations. This document is considered to be a dynamic plan with the goal of continual improvement over time. It will be updated and revised on an as needed basis as Iisaak refines its criteria and indicators, management strategies, and operational approaches in its pursuit to better define, measure and monitore the ecological, cultural, social and economic objectives of SFM. At a minimu, the plan will be revisited and updated in its entirety at least once every five years.

 

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Title: Low Tide Foods

Year: 2010

Author(s): Uu-a-thluk; Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries

Type: Brochure

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Title: ts'aay'imts Eelgrass: "candy of the sea"

Year: 2010

Author(s): Uu-a-thluk; Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries

Type: Brochure

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Title: Reference Guide

Year: 2010

Author(s): Uu-a-thluk; Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries

Type: Brochure

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Title: 'nuch?aa Steam Pit Cooking

Year: 2010

Author(s): Uu-a-thluk; Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries

Type: Brochure

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Title: kwaqmis (siihmuu,siihbuu) Herring Spawn

Year: 2010

Author(s): Uu-a-thluk; Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries

Type: Book

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Title: Quu-as Tips for Drying and Smoking Salmon

Year: 2010

Author(s): Uu-a-thluk; Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries

Type: Book

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Title: Value-added forestry strategy

Year: 2008

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Type: Newsletter

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Title: camus

Year: 2008

Author(s): Uu-a-thluk

Type: Book

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"camus is a collection of recipes and stories about foods that come from the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation's territories on the west cost of Vancouver Island, BC."

 

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Title: Haa?uks?in (Let's Eat)

Year: 2008

Author(s): Uu-a-thluk; Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries

Type: Other

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"Chapters include: Fish, Low-tide Foods, Herring Spawn, Birds and Eggs, Seal and Sea Lions, Berries and Plants, Octopus.

 

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Title: Management plan means clam harvesting in Kyuquot

Year: 2007

Author(s): Kelly Poirier, Uu-a-thluk

Type: Other

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This agreement between Kyuquot/Checleseht First Nations, Environment Canada, DFO and the CFIA has made it possible for KCFN clam digers to harvest in their territory for the first time since closure of Area 26 took place in 2004 due to water quality issues...

 

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Title: Mainstream fish farm net breached

Year: 2007

Author(s): Jennifer Dart, The Westerly News

Type: Newspaper Article

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A contract worker circumventing Mainstream Canada's harvesting procedures is to blame for a Sept. 4 breach in the company's net structure at their Saranac fish farm in Clayoquot Sound, says a company official. Mainstream's deputy managing director Alistair Haughton told the Westerly the contract worker attached a shackle to a seine net at the Saranac farm site...

 

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Title: Tracking bacteria in Ucluelet Harbour

Year: 2006

Author(s): Dawn Foxcroft, Uu-a-thluk; Mike Jacobs, Uu-a-thluk

Type: Other

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Ucluelet-A Bacterial Source Tracking project began March 7th in the Ucluelet area, with help from Uu-a-thluk Fisheries, the Ucluelet First Nation and Health Canada....

 

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Title: DFO cancels NCN Spawn-on-Kelp fishery

Year: 2006

Author(s): David Wiwchar, Ha-Shilth-Sa

Type: Newspaper Article

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Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) has shut down all commercial harvesting of herring, herring roe, and spawn-on-kelp because of projected low returns of West Coast Vancouver Island herring. In order for a commercial herring fishery to occur, DFO claims there needs to be at least 20,723 tons of herring projected to return to the west coast. DFO estimates 20,283 tons will be returning this year, 440 tins short of their cutoff amount....

 

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Title: Shellfish closures in Clayoquot Sound

Year: 2005

Author(s): Jennifer Dart, The Westerly News

Type: Newspaper Article

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The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) recently announced two new bivalve shellfish harvesting closures in Clayoquot Sound. Randy Webb of DFO explains these indefinate sanitary closures, for the mouth of Atleo River in Millar Channel and Whitepine Cove in Herbert Inlet, are a result of "unacceptable levels of fecal coliforms" found in the area....

 

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Title: DFO puts abalone project at risk

Year: 2005

Author(s): David Wiwchar, Ha-Shilth-Sa

Type: Newspaper Article

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Bamfield - A five-year project to rehabilitate local abalone stocks is in jeapordy because of legal interpretation of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO). The Bamfield Huu-ay-aht Community Abalone Project started in 1999 with the goal of rehabilitating local stocks of Pinto Abalone, wiped out by years of over-harvesting and poaching....

 

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Title: Ahousaht battles DFO over clam opening

Year: 2004

Author(s): Denise August, Ha-Shilth-Sa

Type: Newspaper Article

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Ahousaht-This past December, with the holiday season fast approaching and families struggling to make ends meet, Ahousaht Ha'wiih decided to allow their members to dig White Pine beach for one tide only to alleviate hard economic times. ....

 

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Title: Fuel contamination closes Toquaht oyster beds

Year: 2004

Author(s): Denise August, Ha-Shilth-Sa

Type: Newspaper Article

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Pipestream Inlet - The legacy of the Black Dragon, the last of the sunken Chinese migrant ships, continues to haunt Toquaht beaches as Pipestream Inlet is closed to shellfish harvesting due to oil and fuel pollution. As reported in the December issue of Ha-Shilth-Sa, the Black Dragon sank in Mayne Bay, Toquaht traditional territory, late last year. Efforts to raise the sunken ship were successful, however, diesel and engine oil drained from the ship, fouling nearby shellfish beds. DFO consequently closed the area to shellfish harvesting on December 12, 2004, as an emergency measure....

 

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Title: Shellfish harvesting halted in Mayne Bay.

Year: 2003

Author(s): Jillian Dickens, The Westerly Newspaper

Type: Newspaper Article

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The raising of the Black Dragon from Mayne Bay caused all shellfish harvesters in the area to shut down operations due to leaking fuel oil. On Dec.12, shellfish harvesters in the area of Mayne Bay, Pipestream Inlet and most of Toquart Bay were advised to stop all harvests of bivalve molluscs, including oysters, mussels, scallops, clams and geoducks - which has local operators worried.

 

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Title: Seagull egg harvesting at Bare Island

Year: 2003

Author(s): Denise Ambrose, Ha-Shilth-Sa

Type: Newspaper Article

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Near Ahousaht - Harvesting seagull eggs is a practice several families in Ahousaht have engaged in for generations. On a warm June afternoon, a herring skiff bounces over the ocean waves carrying its eight occupants to Bare Island. Located about halfway between Ahousaht and Tofino, Bare Island is one of the western most islets off of Vargas Island. Barren of trees, Bare Island is mostly rock jutting out of the ocean capped with tufts of grass, weeds and shrubs. A favoured nesting site, seagulls swirl around the island, white-washing the black rock with their excrement...

 

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Title: Fish Stocks of the Pacific Coast

Year: 2002

Author(s): Max Stocker; Athana Mentzelopoulos

Type: Book

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Detailed information, illustrations, biology, stock abundance patterns, fishery management practices in British Columbia.

 

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Title: Restoration Plans: Kennedy Flats

Year: 2001

Author(s): Warren Warttig, Interfor; Dave Clough, D.R. CLough Consulting Ltd.; Mike Leslie, Mike Leslie Consulting

Type: Report (unpublished)

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Executive Summary: Restoration plans are developed to aid in the recovery of both terrestrial and aquatic habitats. In order for a restoration plan to be successful all relevant factors must be considered. The most common factor associated with declines of anadromous salmonids is habitat degradation, however a number of other factors play a key role. Many factors, such as habitat loss and degradation, over exploitation in sport and commercial fisheries, global warming and variable ocean conditions, are responsible to a varying degree for the depressed status of salmonids. Restoration of upslope and fluvial processes that create and maintain habitats must be integratl components of any recovery program. This report is limited to the unhealthy ecosystems of upslope, road, stream function, and riparian areas, and does not address fish harvest management, global warming, or variable ocean conditions. Stable landscape units outside the riparian zone are also not addressed in this report, but their status may have minor implications for stream ecosystems. Salmon have evolved to adapt to a series of natural impacts, therefore timber harvesting plans should be encouraged, where possible, to mimic the natural disturbance regimes. Examples of natural disturbance regimes could be: blow down (windstorms cause major natural disturbance to forest in Clayoquot Sound), wildfires, encouraging uneven aged standes to develop from even aged second growth, etc. The Clayoquot Sound Scientific Panel (CSSP) recommendations call for salmon recovery efforts to be based on restoring and conserving ecosystems, rather than simply restoring hte instream habitat attributes. Thi sis important, as relationships between habitat conditions and individual salmonid response have been well established within the habitat unit, stream reach and to the watershed unit as well.

 

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Title: Iisaak: A New Economic Model for Conservation-Based Forestry in Coastal Old Growth Forests, British Columbia

Year: 2000

Author(s): Iisaak Forest Products

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
Presentation to a workshop: Developing Markets for Environmental Services, A New Role for Forests in the Green Economy

 

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Title: Draw Creek Riparian Restoration Prescription

Year: 2000

Author(s): Derek Osborne; Bodo von Schilling

Type: Report (unpublished)

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