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Renewable Resources Councils

Renewable Resources Councils (RRCs) are local management bodies in the Yukon established in areas where individual land claim agreements have been signed. RRCs are a voice for local community members in managing renewable resources, such as fish, wildlife, habitat and forestry matters, specific to their Traditional Territory.  RRCs provide strong input into planning and regulation by the territorial, federal and First Nations governments. RRCs also play an important advisory role to the YFWMB by raising awareness of specific issues and providing local and traditional information.

Alsek
Carcross/Tagish
Carmacks
DanKeyi
Dawson
Laberge
Mayo
North Yukon
Selkirk
Teslin
  • Yukon fish and wildlife enhancement trust
  • Yukon Salmon Sub Committee
  • Renewable Resources Councils
  • Environment Yukon

Latest News

Jimmy Johnny Wins the 2016 Gerry Couture Stewardship Award from Yukon Conservation Society

February 9th, 2017

Jimmy Johnny, whose signature cowboy hat many of you will know if you have ever worked with Na-Cho Nyak Dun First Nation or the Mayo Renewable Resources Council, has been awarded the 2016 Gerry Couture Stewardship Award by the Yukon Conservation Society for his work to protect the land, water and wildlife of the Yukon. The […]

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