Mi'kmaq Land Use Project
Since its inception in 2004, the Mi’kmaq Land Use project has been an important initiative in preserving and celebrating Indigenous knowledge regarding the land and waters of Epekwitk (PEI).
Our Mi’kmaq Land Use Interviewer and Field Researcher delicately unravels the threads of living memory including hunting grounds, fishing spots, camping sites, and other cultural landmarks. Ensuring that these stories are gathered and preserved for future generations, this invaluable project contributes to science and research initiatives related to resource management.
Join us in the this journey of discovery and preservation by participating in an interview, and you’ll be entered into our monthly draw for a $100 gift card of choice.
Preserve Your Stories for Future Generations