Please take five minutes to complete AAROM’s questionnaire on the Great Slave Lake.
There is no obligation, and it is anonymous. Answers can be faxed or dropped off at any of the Council offices.
The Northwest Territory Métis Nation Aboriginal Aquatic Resource and Oceans Management (AAROM) program has been in operation since 2010.
The AAROM Program is administered by the AAROM coordinator who facilitates the participation of each of the three NWTMN communities in aquatic resource management research, decision making and planning, in partnership with other stakeholders.
The ultimate goal of the NWTMN AAROM Program is to have an integrated Watershed Strategic Plan that reflects the traditional and cultural significance of our aquatic resources.
We will supply links, latest news, and annual reports later as the time comes 🙂
Below are some external links for more information:
- Government of Canada site
- Cumulative Impact Monitoring Program (CIMP)
CIMP web page
- Slave River and Delta Partnership (SRDP)
SRDP web page
- Slave River Watershed Environmental Effects Program (SWEEP)
SWEEP web page
If you need any more information, please feel free to contact our office at:
Fort Smith, NT X0E 0P0
Fax: (867) 872-2772