“Caribou Homeland”, an 11-minute short film, offers a glimpse into the multi-faceted, Indigenous led, conservation project that has created the most successful caribou recovery program in North America. The West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations’ work to restore mountain caribou, food sovereignty and their traditional cultures is a unique and poignant bright spot on the conservation map.
Produced by David Moskowitz
Directed & Edited by Marcus Reynerson
Narrated by Naomi Owens-Beek
Filmed with permission on the territories of the West Moberly Dunne-Za and Saulteau First Nations