Accessibility, Quality and Safety of Liard First Nation's Drinking Water Supply
Adapting to Impacts of Climatic Extremes: Case Study of the Kainai Blood Indian Reserve, Alberta: Limited Report
Between Law and Action: Assessing the State of Knowledge on Indigenous Law, UNDRIP, and Free, Prior and Informed Consent with Reference to Fresh Water Resources
Bill S-11: The Safe Drinking Water for First Nations Act
Boiling Point! : Six Community Profiles of the Water Crisis Facing First Nations within Canada
The Canadian Water Sustainability Index (CWSI): Case Study Report
Collaborative Consent and British Columbia's Water: Towards Watershed Co-Governance
Compendium of Community and Indigenous Strategies for Climate Change Adaptation; Focus on Addressing Water Scarcity in Agriculture
Confluence: Water as an Analytic of Indigenous Feminisms
Customary Water Laws and Practices in Canada
E.B2: Water, First Nations Cultures, Statistics: Grade 9 Mathematics
Teacher-created lesson plan developed in conjunction with the McDowell Foundation project Culture-Based School Mathematics for Reconciliation and Professional Development.
Education in Movement Spaces: Standing Rock to Chicago Freedom Square
Ensuring Water Security in Indigenous Communities throughout Canada
Exploring Water Governance and Management in Oneida Nation of the Thames (Ontario, Canada): An Application of the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework
First Nations and Adaptive Water Governance in Southern Ontario, Canada
Gaining Insights About Water: The Value of Surveys in First Nations Communities to Inform Water Governance
Ganawenimaa nimamainan aki = Respect Our Mother Earth: A Kid's Environmental Activity Booklet
General environmental education resource with some references to the Lake Superior watershed.
Glacial Lake Levels and Eastern Great Lakes Palaeo-Indians
Guidance Book: Resources for Winter Roads, Wildfires, Flooding, and Coastal Erosion
Provides support to communities in identifying tools and resources, best practices, and key considerations when responding to impacts of climate change. Appendices Forms part of the Climate Change Adaptation Planning Toolkit for Indigenous Communities. Related material: Guidebooks.
Indigenizing Water Security
Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change: Emerging Research on Traditional Knowledge and Livelihoods
Indigenous Water Governance in British Columbia and Canada: Annotated Bibliography
Indigenous Water Governance: Insights From the Hydroscoial Relations of the Koyukon Athabascan Village of Ruby, Alaska
Indigenous Watershed Initiatives and Co-Governance Arrangements: A British Columbia Systematic Review: Final Report
Kindergarten and Early Learning Menu L
Lesson plans for math, literacy and French as a second language using themes from the books The Water Walker, Sharing Our Stories, When We Are Kind, and Let's Play Waltes.
"The Legacy Will Be the Change": Reconciling How We Live with and Relate to Water
Looks at the Indigenous approach towards water knowledge and how this approach can be used in collaboration with Western knowledge systems for water policy making and research.
Lessons from the Earth and Beyond: Bringing Indigenous Knowledge Systems into the Classroom: Educator Resources
Website includes curriculum connections, lesson plans and inquiry-based activities for primary, junior and intermediate grades for three topics: lessons from the earth, lessons from the water, and lessons from beyond.
Métis Nation Climate Change & Health Vulnerability Assessment
"More Precious Than Gold": Indigenous Water Governance in the Context of Modern Land Claims in Yukon
Multi-Barrier Protection of Drinking Water Systems in Ontario: A Comparison of First Nation and Non-First Nation Communities
Nibi Declaration of Treaty #3 Toolkit
Number of Long-Term Drinking Water Advisories on Public Systems on Reserve
One with the Watershed: A Story-based Curriculum for Primary Environmental Education
Uses traditional stories about the Salmon people as a starting point to talk about environmental health and caretaking.
"A Salmon Homecoming Production."
[Operation Water Spirit Thematic Units]: Grade 5: Unit Scope and Introduction
[Operation Water Spirit Thematic Units]: Grade Eleven: Introduction
[Operation Water Spirit Thematic Units]: Grade Nine: Introduction and Directions
[Operation Water Spirit Thematic Units]: Grade Seven: Unit Scope and Introduction
[Operation Water Spirit: Thematic Units]: Grade Twelve: Introduction and Case Studies
[Operation Water Spirit Thematic Units]: Grade Two: Unit Scope and Introduction
[Operation Water Spirit Thematic Units]: Nursery/Preschool/Kindergarten. Day 1: : First Nation Creation Stories
Planning Around Reserves: Probing the Inclusion of First Nations in Saskatchewan's Watershed Planning Framework
Planning on the Prairies, First Nations Source Water Protection
Protecting Water Our Way: First Nations Freshwater Governance in British Columbia
(Re)Making Indigenous Water Worlds: Settler Colonialism, Indigenous Rights, and Hydrosocial Relations in the Settler Nation State
Respect the Water #1
Respect the Water #1
Restorative Narrative: Nonfiction and the Resetting of the Grasslands' Future
Territorial Parks, Coastal Guardians and Other Concepts for First Nations Involvement in the Great Lakes Heritage Coast
Traditions and Science: Teacher Manual
Although created for the Old Crow Experiential Educational Project, some activities can be adapted for other contexts. Lessons are grouped by Grades 7-9, Grades 4-6, and Grades 1-3.