University of Saskachewan

David C. Natcher

Publications

Books

  • Walker, Ryan, Ted Jojola and David C. Natcher (eds.), 2013. Reclaiming Indigenous Planning. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 500p.
  • Natcher, David C., Mary Ellen Thomas and Neil Christopher (eds.), 2013. Unikkaaqatigiit: Arctic Weather and Climate Through the Eyes of Nunavut's Children. Toronto, ON: Inhabit Press.
  • Natcher, David C., Larry Felt and Andrea Procter (eds.), 2012. Settlement, Subsistence and Change Among the Labrador Inuit. Winnipeg, Manitoba: University of Manitoba Press, 295p.
  • Stevenson, Marc G., and David C. Natcher (eds.), 2010. Planning for Co-Existence: Aboriginal Approaches to Land Use Planning in Canada. Edmonton, Alberta: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, 333p.
  • Marc Stevenson and David C. Natcher (eds.), 2009. Changing the ‘Culture' of Forestry in Canada: Effective Institutions for Aboriginal Engagement in Forest Management. Edmonton, Alberta: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, 226p.

  • Natcher, David C. (ed.), 2008. Seeing Beyond the Trees: The Social Dimensions of Aboriginal Forest Management. Concord, Ontario: Captus Press, 245p.

Commissioned Report

  • Council of Canadian Academies, 2014. Aboriginal Food Security in Northern Canada: An Assessment of the State of Knowledge, Ottawa, ON: 256 pages. Co-Author and Expert Panel Member on the State of Knowledge of Food Security in Northern Canada.

Invited Special Issue Editor

  • Natcher, David C. and Marena Brinkhurst (Guest Editors), 2013. Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development. Special Issue, On-Reserve Property Rights, 8(2): 1-152.

Book Chapters

  • Wyatt, Stephen, Jean-Francois Fortier, David Natcher, Margaret Smith and Martin Hebert, 2017. Collaboration Between Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian Forest Industry: A Dynamic Relationship. In Robert Bone and Robert Anderson (eds.), Indigenous Peoples and Resource Development in Canada. Concord: Captus Press: 224-260.
  • Natcher, David C., Tobi Maracle, Glenna Titlichi and Norma kassi, 2017. Maintaining Indigenous Traditions in Border Regions of Northern Canada. In Robert Bone and Robert Anderson (eds.), Indigenous Peoples and Resource Development in Canada. Concord: Captus Press: 262-280.

  • Holen, Davin, Drew Gerkey, Even Hoydahl, David Natcher, Martin Reinhardt Nielson, Birger Poppel, Paul Inge, Hunter Snyder, Mary Stapleton, Ellen Inga Turi and Iulie Aslaske, 2017. Interdependency of Subsistence and Market Economies in the Arctic. In Solveig Glomsrod, Gerard Duhaime and Iulie Aslaksen (eds.), The Economy of the North 2015. Oslo: Statistics Norway: 89-126.

  • Tobi Jeans, Glenna Tetlichi, Norma Kassi and David C. Natcher, 2015. Caribou and the Politics of Sharing. In Brenda Parlee et al., (eds), When the caribou Do Not Come: Social-Ecological Complexity of Community-Caribou Relations in the Western Arctic. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press: 136-147.

  • Natcher, David C., Damian Castro and Larry Felt, 2015. Hunter Support Programs and the Northern Social Economy. In Chris Southcott (ed.), Northern Communities Working Together: The Social Economy of Canada's North. Toronto: University of Toronto Press: 189-203.

  • Olfert, Rose and David C. Natcher, 2013. Social Capital and Place-Based Policy: Aboriginal Communities in Canada. In Kiyoshi Kobayashi and Hans Westlund (eds.), Social Capital and Rural Development in the Knowledge Society. Edward Elgat: 201-226.
  • Haalboom, Bethany and David C. Natcher, 2013. Considering the Impacts of Labels for Indigenous Community Planning in the Context of Arctic Climate Change. In Walker, Ryan, Ted Jojohla and David C. Natcher (eds.), Reclaiming Indigenous Planning. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press: 357-375.
  • Walker, Ryan, Ted Jojola and David C. Natcher, 2013. Preface. Reclaiming Indigenous Planning. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press: xvii-xxiv.
  • Andrea Procter, Larry Felt and Natcher, David C., 2012. Introduction. In David C. Natcher, Larry Felt and Andrea Procter (eds.), Settlement, Subsistence and Change Among the Labrador INuit Nunatsiavummiut. Winnipeg, Manitoba: University of Manitoba Press: 3-14. 
  • Larry Felt and David C. Natcher, 2012.  The More Things Change: Patterns of Wildfood Harvesting Among the Nunatsiavummiut of Labrador’s North Coast.” In David C. Natcher, Larry Felt and Andrea Procter (eds.), Settlement, Subsistence and Change Among the Labrador Inuit. Winnipeg, Manitoba: University of Manitoba Press: 139-170.
  • Natcher, David C., Larry Felt, Jill McDonald and Rose Ford, 2012. The Social Organization of Wildfood Production in Postville, Nunatsiavut. In David C. Natcher, Larry Felt and Andrea Procter (eds.), Settlement, Subsistence and Change Among the Labrador Inuit. Winnipeg, Manitoba: University of Manitoba Press: 171-188.
  • Larry Felt, David C. Natcher and Andrea Procter 2012. Going Forward: Challenges and Opportunities for Nunatsiavut Self-Government. In David C. Natcher, Larry Felt and Andrea Procter (eds.), Settlement, Subsistence and Change Among the Labrador Inuit. Winnipeg, Manitoba: University of Manitoba Press: 253-263.
  • Felt, Larry and David C. Natcher, 2011. Challenges and Opportunities in Preserving and Managing Aboriginal Small-Scale Subsistence and Barter Fisheries: The Experience of Labrador Inuit. In Ratana Chuenpagdee (ed.), Contemporary Visions of World Small-Scale Fisheries. Eburon Academic Publishers. Deft Netherlands: 133-150. 
  • Stevenson Marc G. and David C. Natcher, 2010. Planning for Co-existence. In Stevenson, Marc G. and David C. Natcher (eds.), Planning for Co-Existence: Aboriginal Approaches to Land Use Planning in Canada. Edmonton, Alberta: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 1-14.
  • Wyatt, Stephen, David C. Natcher, Peggy Smith and Jean-François Fortier, 2010. Aboriginal Land Use Mapping: What Have We Learned From 30 Years of Experience? In Stevenson, Marc G. and David C. Natcher (eds.), Planning for Co-Existence: Aboriginal Approaches to Land Use Planning in Canada. Edmonton, Alberta: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 185-198.
  • Kuefler, Brent, Adrian Tanner and David C. Natcher, 2010. Capacity Building Among the Moose Cree: Strategies for Becoming a Goose Hunter. In Stevenson, Marc G. and David C. Natcher (eds.), Planning for Co-Existence: Aboriginal Approaches to Land Use Planning in Canada. Edmonton, Alberta: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 301-316.
  • Stevenson, Marc G. and David C. Natcher, 2010. Conversations We Need to Have, Spaces We Need to Create. In Stevenson, Marc G. and David C. Natcher (eds.), Planning for Co-Existence: Aboriginal Approaches to Land Use Planning in Canada. Edmonton, Alberta: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 317-326.
  • Stevenson, Marc G. and David C. Natcher, 2009. Changing the ‘Culture' of Forestry in Canada Through Communities of Practice. In Marc G. Stevenson and David C. Natcher (eds.), Changing the ‘Culture' of Forestry in Canada: Effective Institutions for Aboriginal Engagement in Forest Management. Edmonton, Alberta: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 1-19.

  • Swaak, Natalie, Shashi kant and David C. Natcher, 2009. Identifying Forest Tenure Attributes for the Kwadatcha Nation Traditional Territory. In Marc G. Stevenson and David C. Natcher (eds.), Changing the ‘Culture' of Forestry in Canada: Effective Institutions for Aboriginal Engagement in Forest Management. Edmonton, Alberta: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 127-142.

  • Trainor, Sarah Fleisher, Anna Godduhn, Lawrence K. Duffy, F. Stuart Chapin III, David C. Natcher, Henry Huntington, and Gary Kofinas, 2009. Environmental Injustice in the Canadian Far North: Persistent Organic Pollutants and Arctic Climate Impacts. In Julian Agyeman, Randolph Haluza-DeLay, Peter Cole and Patricia O'Riley (eds.), Speaking for Ourselves: Environmental Justice in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press: 154-171.

  • Natcher, David C., Jim Webb, Marc G. Stevenson and Franca Boag, 2008. Introduction: The Social Dimensions of Aboriginal Forest Management. In, Natcher, David C. (ed.), Seeing Beyond the Trees: The Social Dimensions of Aboriginal Forest Management. Concord, Ontario: Captus Press: ix-xiii.

  • Nelson, Mark, David C. Natcher, Clifford G. Hickey, 2008. Subsistence Harvesting and the Cultural Sustainability of the Little Red River Cree Nation. In, Natcher, David C. (ed.), Seeing Beyond the Trees: The Social Dimensions of Aboriginal Forest Management. Concord, Ontario: Captus Press: 29-39.

  • Natcher, David C. and Clifford G. Hickey, 2008. Putting the Community Back Into Community-Based Resource Management. In, Natcher, David C. (ed.), Seeing Beyond the Trees: The Social Dimensions of Aboriginal Forest Management. Concord, Ontario: Captus Press: 41-59.

  • Natcher, David C., 2008. The Forest Economy of the Little Red River Cree Nation: Prioritizing Formal and Informal Modes of Forest Production. In, Natcher, David C. (ed.), Seeing Beyond the Trees: The Social Dimensions of Aboriginal Forest Management. Concord, Ontario: Captus Press: 127-140.

  • Nelson, Mark, David C. Natcher, Clifford G. Hickey, 2008. Social and Economic Barriers to Aboriginal Land Use. In, Natcher, David C. (ed.), Seeing Beyond the Trees: The Social Dimensions of Aboriginal Forest Management. Concord, Ontario: Captus Press: 167-184.

  • Webb, Jim, Marc Stevenson and David C. Natcher, 2008. Postscript. In, Natcher, David C. (ed.), Seeing Beyond the Trees: The Social Dimensions of Aboriginal Forest Management. Concord, Ontario: Captus Press: 225-228.

  • Natcher, David C., 2003. Institutionalized Adaptation: Aboriginal Involvement in Land and Resource Management. In Anderson, Robert B. and Robert M. Bone (eds.), Natural Resources and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: Readings, Cases and Commentary. Captus Press, Concord, Ontario: 146-158 (originally published in CJNS).

 

Journal Articles

  • David C. Natcher, Viji Kalagnanam, Ramesh Rawal, Mark Johnston, Abdullah Mamun, 2017. Non-Timber Forest Products and Village Livelihoods in Rajasthan, India: Adaptation in a Changing Environment. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology (DOI 10.1080/13504509.2017.1304462 (on-line first).
  • David C. Natcher, Shea ShirleyThierry Rodon and Chris Southcott, 2016. Constraints to Wildlife Harvesting Among Aboriginal Communities in Alaska and Northern Canada. Food Security Vol. 8(6): 1153-1167.

  • Natcher, David, Erika Bachmann, Jeremy Pitman, Suren Kulshreshtha, Mohamed Nasser Baco, P.B.I. Akponikpe and Drek Peak, 2016. Knowldge Diffusion and the Adption of Fertilizer Microdosing in Northwest Benin. Sustainable Agricultural Research Vol. 5(3): 1-10. doi:10.5539/sar.v5n3pl.

  • Erika Bachmann, David Natcher, Suren Kulshreshtha, Mohamed Nasser Baco, P.B.I Akponikpe and Derek Peak, 2016. Profitability and Institutional Constraints to the Adoption of Fertilizer Microdosing in Northwest Benin. Sustainable Agricultural Research Vol. 5(3): 11-23. doi:10.5539/sar.v53p11.

  • Olfert, Rose and David C. Natcher, 2016. Adaptation in a Resource-Based Economy in the Northern Great Plains. Great Plains Research 26: 35-49.

  • Natcher, David C., 2015. Social Capital and the Vulnerability of Aboriginal Food Systems in Canada. Human Organization 74(3): 230-242.

  • Maclean, Kirsten, Cathy Robinson and David C. Natcher, 2015. Aboriginal Discursive Strategies for Participation in Natural Resource Management in Australia and Canada. Society and Natural Resources, 28(2): 197-211.

  • Dale, Chelsea and David Natcher, 2015. What is Old is New Again: The Reintroduction of Indigenous Fisheries Technologies. Local Environments: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability Vol. 20(11): 1309-1321.

  • Staples, Kiri and David C. Natcher, 2015. Gender, Decision-Making and Natural Resource Management in the Yukon Territory. Arctic, 68(3): 356-366.

  • Staples, Kiri and David C. Natcher, 2015. Gender, Critical Mass, and Natural Resource Co-Management in the Yukon. Northern Review, 41: 29-45.

  • Minielly, Colin, Danish Rehman, Alex Adams, Erika Bachmann, David Natcher, Derek Peak and Tom Yates, 2015. Visualizing Relationships in Interdisciplinary Research with Geographical Information Systems: A Case Study Utilizing Food Security Research in Sahelian West Africa. University of Saskatchewan Undergarduate Research Journal 2(1): 1-10.

  • Natcher, David C., Trina Schmit and Tom Allen, 2014. Balancing Politics and the Dispersal of Business Revenues Among First Nations in Saskatchewan, Canada. Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, Vol. 9(1): 16-29.

  • Reed, Maureen, Alyssa Scott, David C. Natcher and Mark Johnston, 2014. Linking Gender, Climate Change, Adaptive Capacity and Forest-Based Communities in Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research Vol. 44: 995-1014.

  • David C. Natcher, Rose Olfert, Albert Boitey and Tom Allen, 2013. Political Stability and the Well-Being of First Nations in Saskatchewan: Implications for the Proposed First Nations Elections Act. Journal Of Aboriginal Economic Development, 8(2): 99-111

  • Carr, Katrina, Rose Olfert and David C. Natcher, 2013. Measuring the Economic Spillover Effects of Publicly Funded Research in Northern Canada. Polar Geography, 36(4): 291-304.

  • Fortier, Jean-Francois, Stephen Wyatt, David C. Natcher, Peggy Smith and Martin Hebert, 2013. Inventorying Collaborative Arrangements Between Aboriginal Peoples and the Forest Industry Across Canada. Journal of Environmental Management 119: 47-55.

  • Natcher, David C, 2013. Gender and Resource Co-Management in Northern Canada. Arctic Vol. 66(2): 218-221.

  • Wyatt, Stephen, Jean-Francois Fortier, David C. Natcher, Peggy Smith, and Martin Hebert, 2013. Collaboration Between Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian Forest SEctor: A Typlogy of Arrangements for Establishing Control and Determining Benefits of Forestlands. Journal of Environmental Management 115: 21-31.

  • Natcher, David C., Larry Felt, Keith Chaulk, Andrea Procter, 2012. The Management and Harvest of Migratory Bird Eggs by Inuit Households in Nunatsiavut, Labrador. Environmental Management 50: 1047-1056

  • Haalboom, Bethany and David C. Natcher, 2012. The Power and Peril of 'Vulnerability': Lending a Cautious Eye to Community Labels in Climate Change Research. Arctic 65(3): 319-327.

  • Felt, Larry and David C. Natcher, 2012. Reflections on Ethical Foundations and Principles for Collaborative Research with Inuit Communities and Their Governments. Etudes/Inuit Studies Vol. 35(1-2): 107-126.

  • Natcher, David C, Tom Allen and Trina Scmid, 2011. Canadian Policy Interventions During the Mad Cow Crisis: Caise and Consequence of First Nation Exclusion. Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development Vol. 7(2): 70-78.

  • Natcher, David C.,Larry Felt, Keith Chaulk, Andrea Procter and Nunatsiavut Government, 2011. Monitoring the Domestic Harvest of Migratory Birds in Nunatsiavut, Labrador. Arctic Vol. 64(3): 362-366.

  • Stephen Wyatt, Stephanie Merrill, and David C. Natcher, 2011. Ecosystem Management and Forestry Planning in Labrador: Does Aboriginal Involvement Make a Difference? Canadian Journal of Forest Research Vol. 41: 2247-2258.

  • Natcher, David C., Clifford Hickey, Mark Nelson and Susan Davis, 2009. Implications of Tenure Insecurity for Aboriginal Land Use in Canada. Human Organization Vol. 68(3): 245-257.

  • Natcher, David C., 2009. Subsistence and the Social Economy of Canada's Aboriginal North. Northern Review 30: 69-84.

  • Natcher, David C., Larry Felt, Andrea Procter and the Nunatsiavut Government, 2009. Monitoring Food Security in Nunatsiavut, Labrador. Plan Canada, Special Issue on Food Security in Canadian Communities: 52-55. 

  • Sarah F. Trainor, Monika Calef, David Natcher, F. Stuart Chapin, III, A. David McGuire, Nancy Fresco, Mary Kwart, Paul Duffy, Amy Lauren Lovecraft, T. Scott Rupp, La'Ona DeWilde, Orville Huntington, 2009. Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate-Related Fire Impacts in Rural and Urban Interior Alaska. Polar Research 29: 100-118.

  • F. Stuart Chapin, III, Sarah F. Trainor, Orville Huntington, Amy L. Lovecraft, Erika Zavaleta, David C. Natcher, A. David McGuire, Joanna L. Nelson, Lily Ray, Monika Calef, Nancy Fresco, Henry Huntington, T. Scott, Rupp, La'Ona DeWilde, and Rosamond L. Naylor, 2008. Increasing Wildfire in the Boreal Forest: Causes, Consequences, and Pathways to Potential Solutions of a Wicked Problem. Bioscience, Volume 58(6): 531-540.

  • Felt, Lawrence and David C. Natcher, 2008. Effective Governance in the Changing Political Landscape of Labrador. Newfoundland Quarterly, Vol. 101(1): 32-35,42.

  • Natcher, David C., M. Calef, O. Huntington, S. Trainor, H. P. Huntington, L. DeWilde, S. Rupp, and F. Stuart Chapin III. 2007. Factors Contributing to the Cultural and Spatial Variability of Landscape Burning by Native Peoples of Interior Alaska. Ecology and Society 12(1): 7. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol12/iss1/art7/

  • Natcher, David and Susan Davis, 2007. Rethinking Devolution: Challenges for Aboriginal Resource Management in the Yukon Territory. Society and Natural Resources, Volume 20(3): 271-279.

  • Trainor, Sarah F., Gary Kofinas, F. Stuart Chapin, Henry Huntington and David C. Natcher, 2007. Environmental Justice in Canada and the United States: Arctic Climate Impacts and Government Response. Local Environments: International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, Special Issue, Environmental Justice In Canada, Volume 12(6): 627-643.

  • Natcher, David C., 2006. The Forest Economy of the Little Red River Cree Nation: Prioritizing Formal and Informal Modes of Forest Production. Recherches amérindiennes au Québec, Special Issue, Aboriginal Peoples and the Forest, Volume 36(2-3): 71-78.

  • Chapin, Stuart F., Martin Robards, Henry P. Huntington, Jill F. Johnstone, Sarah F. Trainor, Gary P. Kofinas, Roger W. Ruess, Nancy Fresco, David C. Natcher, and Rosamond L. Naylor, 2006. Directional Changes in Ecological Communities and Social-Ecological Systems: A Framework for Prediction Based on Alaskan Examples. American Naturalist 168(S6): 36-49.

  • Huntington, Henry P., Sarah Trainor, David C. Natcher, Orville Huntington and Terry S. Chapin, 2006. The Significance of Context in Community-Based Research: Discussions About Fire. Ecology and Society 11(1): 40. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss1/art40/

  • Natcher, David C., Susan Davis and Clifford G. Hickey, 2005. Co-Management: Managing Relationships, Not Resources. Human Organization Vol. 64 (3): 240-250.

  • Nelson, Mark, David C. Natcher, and Cliff Hickey, 2005. Social and Economic Barriers to Subsistence Harvesting in Aboriginal Communities. Anthropologica 47(2): 289-301.

  • Natcher, David C., Sharman Haley, Gary Kofinas and Walt Parker, 2005. Effective Local Institutions for Collective Action in Arctic Communities. Northern Review, Summer/Winter: 259-273.

  • Feldman, Kerry, Steven J. Langdon and David C. Natcher, 2005. Northern Engagement: Alaskan Society and Applied Cultural Anthropology, 1973-2003. Alaska Journal of Anthropology 3(1): 121-156.

  • Natcher, David, 2004. Implications of Fire Policy on Native Land Use in the Yukon Flats, Alaska. Human Ecology Vol. 32 (4): 421-441.

  • Natcher, David C., Clifford Hickey and Susan Davis, 2004. The Political Ecology of Yukon Forestry: Managing the Forest as if People Mattered. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 11: 343-355.

  • Natcher, David C. and Cliff Hickey, 2004. Developing a Procedural Framework for Community-Based Forestry in the Kaska Traditional Territory. Journal of Community-Based Collaborative Research Consortium, Volume 2, Spring.

  • Natcher, David C. and Cliff Hickey, 2002. Putting the Community Back Into Community-Based Resource Management: A Criteria and Indicators Approach to Sustainability. Human Organization 61(4): 350-363.

  • Natcher, David C., 2001. Co-Management: An Aboriginal Response to Frontier Development. Northern Review (Special Addition), Northern Communities and the State, Number 23, Summer: 146-163.

  • Natcher, David C., 2001. Risk and Alienation. Changing Patterns in Aboriginal Resource Use. International Journal of Canadian Studies, Special Issue, Territory(ies), Number 24, Fall: 59-76.

  • Natcher, David C., 2001. Land Use Research and the Duty to Consult: A Misrepresentation of the Aboriginal Landscape. Land Use Policy 18(2): 113-122.

  • Natcher, David C., 2000. Constructing Change: The Evolution of Land and Resource Management in Alberta, Canada. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 7(4): 363-374.

  • Natcher, David C., 2000. Institutionalized Adaptation: Aboriginal Involvement in Land and Resource Management. Canadian Journal of Native Studies 20(2): 263-282.