Nipîy Tu
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A joint initiative of the three Indigenous communities of Fort Chipewyan

Formed as a joint initiative of Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, Fort Chipewyan Métis Nation and Mikisew Cree First Nation, Nipîy Tu Research and Knowledge Centre (NTRKC) is an Indigenous-led knowledge centre that works to ensure the restoration, protection and promotion of the ecological health and cultural integrity of the Peace-Athabasca Delta and its people.
about us

Delivering Indigenous-led research, knowledge translation, and cultural programming

our missionour research
Community Based Monitoring

Combining Traditional Knowledge and Western Science to answer concerns about changing environmental conditions in the Peace-Athabasca Delta. We sample year-round and gather data on the health of wildfoods, the quality and quantity of water and much more.
Research

Storing, sharing, coordinating and conducting research that supports the preservation of the Peace-Athabasca Delta. We communicate research findings to community and work to facilitate important dialogues about the changing environmental conditions facing the region.
Community Engagement

Providing opportunities for community to meaningfully engage in work that supports the preservation of the Peace-Athabasca Delta while engaging in respectful, important dialogues about the changing environmental conditions facing the region.

An Indigenous-led organization dedicated to protecting the Peace-Athabasca Delta and its people.

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news & UPDATES

Read the latest updates from Nipîy Tu Research & Knowledge Centre

Nipîy Tu to attend COP 15 Biodiversity Conference in Montreal

From December 7 - 19 members of the Nipîy Tu Board of Directors will attend the COP 15 Biodiversity Conference in Montreal

Nipîy Tu field station currently in development in the Quatre Fourches

Expected project completion is in the spring of 2024.

Nipîy Tu advances Integrated Research and Monitoring Plan

The IRMP is being developed through a core working team which consists of members from Nipîy Tu Research & Knowledge Centre, PCA and ECCC.