Prairie Region: Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba
Species at Risk Act (SARA) Consultation, Cooperation and Accommodation Project
This multi-year project will facilitate Indigenous communities’ and organizations’ participation in Environment and Climate Change Canada’s (ECCC) listing and recovery planning processes for terrestrial species as part of implementing the federal Species at Risk Act. CIER’s role is to support a range of activities between Indigenous communities and organizations and ECCC on developing recovery documents, sharing knowledge and language, addressing threats to terrestrial species at risk survival and recovery, and land use planning for species at risk on reserve lands and within traditional territories.
Species at Risk List
ECCC is continuously listing and reassessing the status of species under the Species at Risk Act and developing recovery documents for those that are listed as special concern, threatened or endangered. The focus of the SARA Consultation, Cooperation and Accommodation Project is on those species that are actively undergoing the listing process or recovery document development. The list below is subject to change over time.
On this webpage you will find the materials shared at the sessions included in this project (e.g., SARA overview sessions, species-specific workshops, training sessions, information sharing sessions, funding application forms). You will also find helpful species at risk-related tools and resources. Click on the topic headings to see a drop-down list of the associated resources.
- Species Overview Session PPT (Nov 9th and 18th, 2021)
- Grassland Species at Risk Workshop PPT (March 1st, 2022)
- Supplemental Document for Grassland Species at Risk (March 1st, 2022)
Kat Hewitt, Project Manager, CIER (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Shianne McKay, Senior Project Manager, CIER (email@example.com)
For questions specific to activities involved in the SARA Consultation, Cooperation and Accommodation Project: Paulson.DesBrisay@ec.gc.ca
For general inquiries regarding Species at Risk and other ECCC programs: SARA.PNR@ec.gc.ca