The Ndakina Office of the Grand Council of the Wabanaki Nation (GCNWA) represents and supports the Abenaki Councils of Odanak and Wôlinak in matters of affirmation, consultation and land claims, as well as environment and climate change adaptation. Research is an important activity of the office, whether at the historical, anthropological, archaeological or environmental level, in order to acquire the knowledge necessary for a sustainable and responsible management of the ancestral territory: the Ndakina. The Ndakina Office also works to develop close links with members of the Nation and to promote the sustainability of W8banakiak knowledge and practices.
DIRECTOR OF THE NDAKINNA OFFICE
HUGO MAILHOT COUTURE
LAND CLAIMS COORDINATOR
ENVIRONMENT AND LAND OFFICES IN ODANAK AND WÔLINAK
INFORMATION GUIDE ON THE W8BANAKI NATION'S SENSITIVE FOREST RESOURCES
In this guide you can find a brief history of the Ndakinna and learn more about the code of practice for hunting, fishing and trapping activities, the identification of Aboriginal burial sites and the forest resources sought and sensitive.