Traditional Knowledge Studies

Traditional Knowledge Studies

We facilitate the documentation of knowledge within a community for its long-term use and preservation by Indigenous governments.

  • Practice Lead: Adam Bathe & John Blyth
  • Duration: Project length can vary from months to years, depending on scope and format.
  • Outcomes: Accumulate and organize vast amounts of knowledge and information into an accessible format.
  • Complete the required technical aspects of a project.
  • Obtain secure and well-documented data.
  • Provide the larger community with accessible information.

Documenting community knowledge for long-term use in decision-making or other processes is essential to Indigenous governments. Each project of this nature is highly unique, so our process begins with determining the scope of your project. While projects of this nature are typically community-led, we can provide technical assistance throughout—including interview documentation, GIS, handheld (mobile) data logger troubleshooting, data-management services, and reporting. This will help your community achieve its project goals, and ensure the documented knowledge is safe and secure.

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