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"Yes we can - for the good of all people and the world - we must protect our waters - our most precious resource on earth -

Keep that beautiful picture in your heart, mind and soul
Keep the land, water, animals and future generations alive in your heart, mind and soul
Keep it above the rest, above the negative business -
Thank you all for keeping it above all else - see it, believe it and we will achieve it! "


(Past Chief Marilyn Baptiste)

Friends of the Nemaiah Valley



This is a land of great mountains and pristine lakes, of wild rivers and remote forests, of grizzlies and black bears, wolves and wild horses, of moose, deer, fur-bearers, fresh water fish and wild salmon.

It is also a land constantly under threat from inappropriate and destructive industrial development.

As a bulwark against these threats, FONV works to support and strengthen a rich First Nations culture that has lived sustainably within this ecosystem since time before memory. This culture has many of the elements that can help direct the larger, global society toward a path of sustainability and away from a path that threatens global survival. We encourage and support these positive elements through our educational and other initiatives in partnership with the Tsilhqot’in people of Xeni.

Our work is informed by the understanding that healthy societies and economies can develop and thrive only within healthy environments.

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Taseko Mines Ltd. Takes Wilderness Committee to Court

In late January, a defamation case filed by Taseko Mines against the Wilderness Committee (WC) began in Vancouver.  Before a crowd of supporters, Joe Foy, WC's National Campaign Director, stated that the intent of Taseko's suit is, "meant to chill us out or to quiet us down, out ...

Posted by Admin. Wednesday Feb 11, 2015 13:12
Categories: | Tags: activism, Prosperity Mine


Wild Horse DNA Report

Wild Horse DNA Report:  In early January, "A Preliminary Genetic Study of the Wild Horse in the Brittany Triangle" was released.  This report, prepared for the Xeni Gwet'in First Nations, FONV (co-funders of the report) and the Valhalla Wilderness Society, was co-authored by ...

Posted by Admin. Wednesday Feb 11, 2015 12:58
Categories: Wild Horses | Tags: DNA, genetics, Research, Xeni Gwet'in


McCrory Report Supports Tribal Park Designation

"Given existing circumstances of aboriginal rights and title for part of the study area, a Tribal Park designation by the Xeni Gwet'in and Yunesit'in should be considered as a further declaration of First Nations protectio, reinforcing the 1989 Aboriginal Presereve declaration and the ...

Posted by Admin. Tuesday Oct 28, 2014 13:16
Categories: Tribal Park | Tags: Dasiqox, Research, Tsilhqot'in, Xeni Gwet'in


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