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Invasive Species That Affect Indigenous Communities - Indigenous Resource

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Invasive Species That Affect Indigenous Communities - Indigenous Resource

Invasive species are non-native plants, animals, and other organisms that can quickly spread and have negative impacts on ecosystems and native species. Invasive species can also have significant impacts to Indigenous communities by impacting infrastructure, economy, health and cultural practices including traditional economies and harvesting, especially when culturally important species are affected. This resource provides a list of some of the key invasive species affecting Indigenous communities in BC.

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