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[] [] [] [] [{"title":"Working With Indigenous Peoples in Canada","description":"The increased authority and capacity of Indigenous peoples to steward their lands and waters is critical for the future of healthy ecosystems and communities, and it results in effective and durable sustainable management over time.","link":"https://www.nature.org/en-us/about-us/where-we-work/canada/stories-in-canada/indigenous-peoples-conservation/","target":"_self","desktopImageCrop":"left-top","mobileImageCrop":"left-top","pageImageAlt":"The Łutsël K’é Dene First Nation community participates in a round dance to mark the official protection of Thaidene Nëné. 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Now local communities are rebuilding ties to this land.","link":"https://www.nature.org/en-us/magazine/magazine-articles/keepers-of-great-bear/","target":"_self","desktopImageCrop":"left-top","mobileImageCrop":"left-top","pageImageAlt":"A white bear in Great Bear Rainforest","articleDate":"Mar 01, 2017","articleAuthor":["Amanda Fiegl"],"contentTypeTag":"Magazine Feature","geoLocationTag":["Canada"],"topicTag":["indigenous peoples","community conservation","conservation work","rainforests","forests","land conservation","indigenous guardians","indigenous partners","partners"],"placesWeProtectTag":["Great Bear Rainforest","Landscapes"],"businesstags":["Magazine"],"businesstags_ids":["tnc:business-group/magazine"],"pageImage":{"small":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/F_GREATBEAR_1-2.jpg?crop=0,0,4992,3744&wid=300&hei=225&scl=16.64","default":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/F_GREATBEAR_1-2.jpg?crop=0,0,4992,3744&wid=300&hei=225&scl=16.64","medium2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/F_GREATBEAR_1-2.jpg?crop=0,0,4992,3744&wid=800&hei=600&scl=6.24","large":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/F_GREATBEAR_1-2.jpg?crop=0,0,4992,3744&wid=800&hei=600&scl=6.24","small2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/F_GREATBEAR_1-2.jpg?crop=0,0,4992,3744&wid=600&hei=450&scl=8.32","medium":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/F_GREATBEAR_1-2.jpg?crop=0,0,4992,3744&wid=800&hei=600&scl=6.24","large2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/F_GREATBEAR_1-2.jpg?crop=0,0,4992,3744&wid=1600&hei=1200&scl=3.12"}},{"title":"Nature’s First Defenders","description":"Are indigenous peoples the most important stewards of our natural resources on Earth?","link":"https://www.nature.org/en-us/what-we-do/our-insights/perspectives/natures-first-defenders/","target":"_self","desktopImageCrop":"center-middle","mobileImageCrop":"center-middle","pageImageAlt":"Aerial view, Koeye River.","articleDate":"Dec 09, 2016","articleAuthor":null,"contentTypeTag":"Feature","geoLocationTag":["British Columbia","Canada"],"topicTag":["community conservation","conservation work","indigenous peoples","rainforests","forests","land conservation","forest conservation","local communities"],"placesWeProtectTag":["Great Bear Rainforest","Landscapes"],"businesstags":["Global Insights"],"businesstags_ids":["tnc:business-group/global-insights"],"pageImage":{"small":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/koeye_4000x2200.jpg?crop=533,0,2933,2200&wid=300&hei=225&scl=9.777777777777779","default":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/koeye_4000x2200.jpg?crop=533,0,2933,2200&wid=300&hei=225&scl=9.777777777777779","medium2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/koeye_4000x2200.jpg?crop=533,0,2933,2200&wid=800&hei=600&scl=3.6666666666666665","large":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/koeye_4000x2200.jpg?crop=533,0,2933,2200&wid=800&hei=600&scl=3.6666666666666665","small2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/koeye_4000x2200.jpg?crop=533,0,2933,2200&wid=600&hei=450&scl=4.888888888888889","medium":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/koeye_4000x2200.jpg?crop=533,0,2933,2200&wid=800&hei=600&scl=3.6666666666666665","large2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/koeye_4000x2200.jpg?crop=533,0,2933,2200&wid=1600&hei=1200&scl=1.8333333333333333"}},{"title":"Emerald Edge Indigenous Perspective Videos","description":"To conserve the Emerald Edge—a 100-million-acre coastal temperate rainforest across WA, BC and AK—The Nature Conservancy works directly with Indigenous and local communities to put their priorities first. Hear from some of our community partners about what it means to conserve this critical landscape.","link":"https://www.nature.org/en-us/about-us/where-we-work/priority-landscapes/emerald-edge/emerald-edge-stories/emerald-edge-indigenous-perspective-videos/","target":"_self","desktopImageCrop":"left-top","mobileImageCrop":"left-top","pageImageAlt":"Great Bear Rainforest","articleDate":null,"articleAuthor":null,"contentTypeTag":"Video","geoLocationTag":["Canada"],"topicTag":["economics","social sciences","science","conservation work","indigenous guardians","indigenous peoples","community conservation"],"placesWeProtectTag":["Emerald Edge","Landscapes","Clayoquot Sound"],"businesstags":["Canada","Emerald Edge","United States"],"businesstags_ids":["tnc:business-group/canada","tnc:business-group/united-states/emerald-edge","tnc:business-group/united-states"],"pageImage":{"small":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_12297482_Full.jpg?crop=0,0,5120,3840&wid=300&hei=225&scl=17.066666666666666","default":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_12297482_Full.jpg?crop=0,0,5120,3840&wid=300&hei=225&scl=17.066666666666666","medium2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_12297482_Full.jpg?crop=0,0,5120,3840&wid=800&hei=600&scl=6.4","large":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_12297482_Full.jpg?crop=0,0,5120,3840&wid=800&hei=600&scl=6.4","small2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_12297482_Full.jpg?crop=0,0,5120,3840&wid=600&hei=450&scl=8.533333333333333","medium":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_12297482_Full.jpg?crop=0,0,5120,3840&wid=800&hei=600&scl=6.4","large2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_12297482_Full.jpg?crop=0,0,5120,3840&wid=1600&hei=1200&scl=3.2"}},{"title":"Economic Development in the Emerald Edge","description":"Learn why The Nature Conservancy is developing conservation strategies rooted in economic development for the Emerald Edge","link":"https://www.nature.org/en-us/about-us/where-we-work/priority-landscapes/emerald-edge/emerald-edge-stories/economic-development-in-the-emerald-edge/","target":"_self","desktopImageCrop":"center-middle","mobileImageCrop":"center-middle","pageImageAlt":"Mayor Anthony \"Tony\" Christianson seine fishes","articleDate":null,"articleAuthor":null,"contentTypeTag":"Program Overview","geoLocationTag":["Washington","United States","Alaska","Canada"],"topicTag":["indigenous peoples","community conservation","conservation work","sustainable logging","forest conservation","sustainable fisheries","fisheries","economics","social sciences","science","local communities"],"placesWeProtectTag":["Emerald Edge","Landscapes","Clayoquot Sound"],"businesstags":["Emerald Edge","United States"],"businesstags_ids":["tnc:business-group/united-states/emerald-edge","tnc:business-group/united-states"],"pageImage":{"small":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_18027862.jpg?crop=288,0,4608,3456&wid=300&hei=225&scl=15.36","default":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_18027862.jpg?crop=288,0,4608,3456&wid=300&hei=225&scl=15.36","medium2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_18027862.jpg?crop=288,0,4608,3456&wid=800&hei=600&scl=5.76","large":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_18027862.jpg?crop=288,0,4608,3456&wid=800&hei=600&scl=5.76","small2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_18027862.jpg?crop=288,0,4608,3456&wid=600&hei=450&scl=7.68","medium":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_18027862.jpg?crop=288,0,4608,3456&wid=800&hei=600&scl=5.76","large2x":"https://natureconservancy-h.assetsadobe.com/is/image/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/photos/tnc_18027862.jpg?crop=288,0,4608,3456&wid=1600&hei=1200&scl=2.88"}},{"title":"Canada's Reindeer","description":"Manitoba is home to the last of the best herds of woodland caribou in Canada. 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