Working with Indigenous Peoples
to realize a more prosperous future through
optimal land and resource management
University of Saskachewan

Indigenous Land Management Institute (ILMI)

Projects

Research conducted by the Indigenous Land Management Institute is diverse, both thematically and geographically. Current projects extend from the prairies of southern Saskatchewan to the Arctic of Nunavut, with many sites in between. Our researchers are working in the areas of forest management, fisheries, food security, wildlife harvesting, agricultural policy, and community economic development. Examples of some of our current projects include:

  • Cross-Border Dimensions of Vuntut Gwich’in Food Security

  • Examining the Conditions that Lead to Sustained Economic Growth for Saskatchewan First Nations

  • Economic Impact of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (Mad Cow Disease) on First Nation Cattle Producers in Saskatchewan

  • Wildfood Production in Nunatsiavut, Labrador

  • Aboriginal Engagement with Large-Scale Development in Northern Saskatchewan: Positioning, Power, and Information in Environmental Governance