Uu-a-thluk (Taking Care Of) Nuu-chah-nulth Fisheries

Building Nuu-chah-nulth capacity for ocean-related careers, and increasing access to, and management of sea resources.


Ocean Knowledge Cards highlight 36 species of sea life found along Vancouver Island’s west coast. Bring a deck with you the next time you go to the seashore.

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Photo Gallery

A sneak peek into the many activities Uu-a-thluk takes part in, from steam pits to mending fish fences, to presenting to youth about fisheries related careers.

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Help us send a Nuu-chah-nulth child to a community-based science camp by donating today. Camps are offered in partnership with University of Victoria’s Science Venture Program.

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First Nations working together on ocean issues

First Nations working together on ocean issues

The very nature of marine related issues is dynamic and typically complex. Governance and management often transcend governance boundaries, making it challenging to address issues timely and effectively. Creating space for knowledge sharing, collaboration and work...

Send a Kid to Science Camp

We’re working in our Nuu-chah-nulth communities on Vancouver Island’s west coast, to make sure children in remote areas are exposed to western science and traditional knowledge from their Elders and knowledge holders, and you can help.