- Dec 6, 2016 Press Release re barren-ground caribou (pdf)
- Harvest Management Plan 2010 (pdf)
- Harvest Management Strategy Scoping Report (pdf)
- Implementation Plan 2010 (pdf)
- Implementation Plan – Revised 2016 (pdf)
- LT YESAB re NC project.Dec 15 2015 (pdf)
- MOU PCMB & YFWMB (pdf)
- No Respect – shooting into herd poster (pdf)
- No Respect – shooting too many poster (pdf)
- No Respect – wounding loss poster (pdf)
- PCH Range-Wide Native User Agreement (pdf)
- PCH movement information, June 2014 to Feb 2015 (PCTC) (pdf)
- PCMB cover letter to YESAB re Northern Cross Yukon project, December 8, 2014 (pdf)
- PCMB press release re 2017 census (pdf)
- PCMB submission to YESAB re Northern Cross project (pdf)
- Press Release re voluntary no harvest during migration (pdf)
- Sensitive Habitats of the Porcupine Caribou Herd booklet (pdf)
VADZAIH – cooking caribou from antler to hoof
PCMB supports ethical and respectful harvesting. Traditionally, all parts of a harvested caribou were used. While all parts of the caribou are still used today, not everyone remembers how to prepare them.
PCMB sponsored this cookbook with the intention of supporting the traditional no-waste approach, and to bridge the gap between the past and the present. It explores traditional ways of preparing and using caribou. Starting with traditional recipes, we have worked with cooks from the Gwich’in community of Old Crow to explore old and new ways of preparing caribou. It’s our way of showing respect and sharing how the caribou continue to provide for people across the north – and our hope that it will continue to provide for many generations into the future.
This short film follows the adventures of Ch’igii, a baby caribou calf from the Porcupine Caribou herd, and the challenges she faces during the first year of her life.