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    Another hit to our hunting spaces - indigenous conservation areas

    Huge tracts of the Yukon/NWT are already set aside under title of Thaidene Nene national reserve with the blessing of the world it seems
    6.5 million acrea in the name of preservation

    Another large area, this time in BC, is about to be set aside, the Kaska Dene is loooking at setting aside their territory, 45,000 sq miles
    covering roughly 1/6? of BC
    This will be essentially a national park controlled and administered by th


    To sweeten the deal, the federal government is currently funding conservation projects just like this one as it works toward its
    international land conservation committments

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    https://thenarwhal.ca/serengeti-of-t...-c-wilderness/

    I brought up these IPCA's a couple years ago, not much attention then

    Clayoquot Sound is another 120,000 H.
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    Re: Another hit to our hunting spaces - indigenous conservation areas

    So BILLY what doe's it acutally mean or amount to - to us non indian Hunter - Fisher people ? RJ
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    Re: Another hit to our hunting spaces - indigenous conservation areas

    Quote Originally Posted by REMINGTON JIM View Post
    So BILLY what doe's it acutally mean or amount to - to us non indian Hunter - Fisher people ? RJ
    Jim, it means that you and I are not welcome on "their" land.
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    Re: Another hit to our hunting spaces - indigenous conservation areas

    Another UN backed initiative to preserve wild space (don’t get me wrong cause we need something set aside) but this will most likely be accessible by FN or by payment. All the while the Amazon rain forest is being slaughtered down to every last tree and the UN does phuck all. Hypocrites at best with the UN.
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    Re: Another hit to our hunting spaces - indigenous conservation areas

    We shouldn't assume that protection of wilderness areas means no hunting.
    1. Human over population
    2. Government burden and overreach

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    Quote Originally Posted by adriaticum View Post
    We shouldn't assume that protection of wilderness areas means no hunting.
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    Re: Another hit to our hunting spaces - indigenous conservation areas

    Quote Originally Posted by adriaticum View Post
    We shouldn't assume that protection of wilderness areas means no hunting.
    You can’t be that naive, can you???
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    Re: Another hit to our hunting spaces - indigenous conservation areas

    https://kaskadenacouncil.com/contact/

    I’d suggest anyone interested in getting information on hunting or future of hunting in this area to look at the link posted. Their office is open M-F 8am to 3:30pm. I’m drafting an email to go out to see the response.
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    Re: Another hit to our hunting spaces - indigenous conservation areas

    Quote Originally Posted by Ride Red View Post
    You can’t be that naive, can you???

    I'm sure 10-15 years ago when I said Indians are working to have a parallel government with BC, someone told me I was naive.
    Keep an open mind.

    Think about another scenario.
    Lets say you have to pay $20 for a tag to hunt bear on some Indian land, do you care whether you pay this government, or some Indian government?
    I don't.

    First Nations know that they can't block access to hunting.
    There would be an all out war.
    I reckon all governments are aware.
    Last edited by adriaticum; 03-27-2021 at 06:19 PM.
    1. Human over population
    2. Government burden and overreach

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