The Indigenous Observation Network (ION) is the largest international, Indigenous initiative combining Indigenous Knowledge and western science to research, sustain and protect the Yukon River Watershed, its resources and cultures. ION is a network of communities along the Yukon River and its tributaries who conduct research and monitoring that is applicable at the community, watershed, circumpolar and global scales; an amazing feat in the world of science.
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Need an item for your IGAP workplan? Include the YRITWC water quality program and its costs! Contact the YRITWC for more information.
The YRITWC was recently funded by the Administration of Native Americans to develop Tribal Conservation Districts with the community partners of Tanana, Venetie, and Arctic Village. Detailed Science and Indigenous Knowledge plans will be developed to assist with community research questions.