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Moose Cree declared the North French River permanently protected in and re-affirmed their declaration in and Wildlands League has been supporting Moose Cree throughout. You can here and here. It is an area of great cultural and environmental ificance to our people.
The North French River is one of last sources of clean water for our people. The South Bluff Creek is highly used by our members and has camps all along it. You can still drink the water from the creek and the sensitive wetland area supports brook trout, moose, black bear and boreal caribou.
Families that occupy the area are united in their opposition to this project. Its protection is also of paramount importance to our people. Moose Cree will not allow any industrial development here ever. See why the North French River is important with this video. In SeptemberMoose Cree re-affirmed its longstanding commitment to protect the watershed.
Inthe watershed project was approved for funding by the Government of Canada under its Nature Fund Challenge projects. It isha withha already protected through a conservation reserve. The remainingha is still open to development.
The North French is one of the last sources of clean drinking water for this part of the province. You can still drink water directly from the river. The area contains intact boreal forests and wetlands that provide critical habitat for threatened boreal caribou, migratory birds and aquatic species such as brook trout. It also holds sensitive wetlands of the Hudson Bay Lowland that act as a giant carbon sink for the planet.
They need to be maintained in order to help meet international climate commitments. The province needs to stop all industrial activities in the North French River. A land withdrawal halt to mining must happen immediately to get the process going and then full discussions with Moose Cree to create an Indigenous Protected Area here. North French River. Why we care Solution. Solution The province needs to stop all industrial activities in the North French River. Wildlands in the Media.French River First Nation
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North French River