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7.1: Aboriginal traditional land use and ecological knowledge

Technical, logistical and cross-cultural capacity exists to enable informed and meaningful engagement in forest management plans

Broken into 4 elements:
Element 3.1: Adequate human resources are available.
Element 3.2: Adequate infrastructure is available.
Element 3.3: Adequate knowledge and information resources are available and accessible.
Element 3.4: Stable and long-term funding is available to support the management of cultural heritage ...

Level of incorporation of First Nations traditional roles and systems into forest management plans

Incorporation of clan systems, roles of elders and hereditary chiefs and traditional involvement mechanisms into a flexible and adaptive management structure to ensure fair and effective decision-making processes. Sherry et al. (2005)