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Encouraging conservation-based planning in the transboundary watersheds of southeast Alaska and northwest British Columbia.
Rivers Without Borders Canada works with communities, scientists, First Nations, conservation allies, and others to encourage the adoption of long-term ecosystem-based planning to protect the extraordinary wildlife and marine habitat and cultural values of the transboundary watersheds of southeast Alaska and northwest British Columbia.
We promote a watershed-based conservation vision for an ecologically-rich region that virtually defines the essence of North American wilderness, and represents one of the continent’s best conservation opportunities.
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By working directly with First Nations like the Taku River Tlingit and other northern partners, Rivers Without Borders Canada is part of a vital movement towards sustainable northern communities.