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Barren Ground Caribou Co-Management, Eastern Canadian Arctic

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ODI Widlife Policy Briefing entitled "Barren Ground Caribou Co-Management in the Eastern Canadian Arctic: lessons for bushmeat management" by Andrew Hurst; Wildlife Policy Number 5, April 2004. Introduction: Local communities have been involved in the conservation and management of caribou herds in the Canadian Arctic for 20 years. Attempts to address the bushmeat ‘crisis’ through management models would do well to consider this experience and draw lessons from it. This paper reviews the history of caribou co-management in the Canadian Arctic, looks at how it has evolved to satisfy both livelihoods and conservation goals, and discusses what this can tell us about the possibility of sustainable bushmeat management. Keywords: Barren Ground Caribou, Co-Management, Eastern Canadian Arctic, Bushmeat Management

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Publication Date: 2004

Location: Eastern Canadian Arctic

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