Bistcho Lake: Indigenous Leadership in Conservation
The Dene Tha’ First Nation are restoring balance in the Bistcho Lake area and working towards long-term conservation.
Downloads & Resources
Using Indigenous Knowledge to Protect and Recover Boreal Caribou, Grizzly Bear and Wolverine in Bistcho Lake
Results from one year of collecting data from a Traditional Knowledge-informed remote camera array.
Local and experiential Indigenous knowledge and community-led science to monitor the Hay Zama bison herd.
New draft report on the proposal for an IPCA in the greater Bistcho Lake area.
After spending a few days in this remote area located on the north western corner of Alberta, one can see why the Dene Tha’ people call Bistcho Lake “the last frontier.”
The conservation and management of the Bistcho Lake region cannot wait until it is formally protected. See our projects.