Natural Resources Overview
The TH Natural Resources Department comprises two branches:
- Land and Resources, and
- Fish and Wildlife.
Land and Resources Branch
Land and Resources is responsible for managing the land use process including developing and implementing legislation, policies and procedures, assisting citizens applying for land grants and land use permits on Settlement Land, and participating in local and regional land use planning.
The Land and Resources Branch is developing a series of information pamphlets for citizens.
- Applying for Land - Information Guide for Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Citizens explains the steps to take for access to Settlement Land for traditional pursuits, residential or commercial use.
- Permits - Information Guide for Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in Citizens explains the steps to take to acquire a Land Use Permit or a Timber Permit.
- Central Tr'ondëk Land Management Area explains the Central Tr'ondëk Land Management Area and its processes.
Feel free to drop by and pick up a copy from the Land and Resources Branch and talk to us about Settlement Land parcels.
For more information, contact Land and Resources Manager, Kay Linley, 993-7100 ext. 160 or Land and Resources Officer James Roberts at 993-7100 ext. 211.
Fish and Wildlife Branch
Fish and Wildlife focuses on protecting, preserving and enhancing the fish and wildlife resources and habitat within TH Traditional Territory.
Phone 993-7100 plus the extension number:
Darren Taylor, Director
Natasha Ayoub, Manager, Fish & Wildlife
Ryan Peterson, Fish & Wildlife Steward
Chase Everitt, F & W Junior Steward
Sammy Taylor, F & W Summer Student
Kay Linley, Land & Resources Manager
Darren Bullen, Land & Resources Officer
James Roberts, Land & Resources Officer
Bill Kendrick, Land and Resources Special Projects Coordinator
Kirsten Scott, Development Assessment Coordinator
Nicole Becker, Land & Resources Planning Coordinator
Adam Thom, Geospatial Technologist