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Kutzner, D., Wright, P.A., Stark, A. 2009. Identifying tourists' preferences for Aboriginal tourism product features: implications for a northern First Nation in British Columbia. Journal of Ecotourism, 8: 99-114.
Fondahl, G., Wright, P., Yim, D., Sherry, E., Leon, B., Bulmer, W., Grainger, S., Young, J. 2009. Co-Managing Research: Building and Sustaining a First Nation - University Partnership. UNBC Community Development Institute: 96.
Grainger, S., Sherry, E. E. and Fondahl, G. 2006. The John Prince Research Forest: Evolution of a co-management partnership in northern British Columbia, Forestry Chronicle 82, 484-495. pdf
Sherry, E.E., Halseth, R., Fondahl, G., Karjala M., Leon, B. 2005. Local-level criteria and indicators: An Aboriginal perspective on sustainable forest management, Forestry, 78(5): 513-539. pdf
Sherry, E.E., Fondahl, G. 2005. Northern Partnership Focused on Sustainable Resource Management, LINK 7(1): 18-19. Available at: http://www.forrex.org/publications/NEW_LINK/ISS32/vol7_no1.pdf
Heikkila, K. A. Teaching Through Toponymy: Using Indigenous Place-Names in Outdoor Science Camps. Master's Thesis. University of Northern BC, 2007. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG, 2008. ISBN: 978-3-639-00910-1. pdf
Quinn, S. E. 2007. Locally Defined Measures of Successful Forest Co-management: A Case Study of Tl'azt'en Nation and the John Prince Research Forest. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Natural Resources and Environmental Studies. University of Northern BC, Prince George, BC. pdf
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