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The Moose Management Initiative has been visiting communities across Nova Scotia, holding discussions on Mi’kmaq natural resource management issues that are at the forefront of our self-governance initiative. Today it is not unusual to see Mi’kmaq Elders picking sweetgrass for ceremonies and other plants as cures for everything from stomach cramps to relieving the symptoms of the common cold.


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Unama'ki Institute of Natural Resources - people

The dedication and hard work of the staff at UINR, our Board of Directors and our many partners in government and the private sector is what makes UINR work. UINR’s success comes down to the many individuals that work every day to restore Netukulimk to Unama’ki.