is working towards providing an operating model and requisite training for companies to allocate equity and a board seat to an ecosystem, like a forest, mountain, or marine area.

With donated equity, we aim to strategically direct resources to community leaders, organizations and initiatives working to advance legal standing and Indigenous-led stewardship efforts for ecosystems, and provide a worldview-shifting program.


Where we're currently at:


A meeting

with Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in Chief Roberta Joseph, Implementation Director Rhea Lewthwaite and former Carcross/Tagish First Nation Chief Mark Wedge, was organized by Euterra, in order to explore models First Nations might use to protect in their local ecosystems.

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In partnership

with the Northern Council for Global Cooperation, Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in, and Carcross/ Tagish First Nations, we co-hosted a Knowledge Exchange as a funded project of Yukon Government's Community Development Fund. Delegates visited to learn about Yukon First Nation innovation in self-governance and more.

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A worldview shift program

is beginning to be created under the guidance and direction of our partners and advisers to assist board members with representing nature's interests on their board.

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A foundation

that will hold donated equity from Euterra member companies is being assembled. This will include bona fide agreements to legally obligate Euterra trustees to use donated equity for the purposes of advancing legal standing and stewardship efforts for ecosystems, and delivering the worldview shift program.


Euterra is going through a transition. If you’d like to learn how you can participate, please send us a message via our “Get In Touch” page.