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To enrich the content of the Understanding Traditional Use Studies Website, the Heritage Community Foundation has obtained permission from authors and publishers to make a range of supplementary articles available. These have been chosen to provide more in-depth information and other perspectives by practitioners in the field. These include:

Getting Started in Oral Traditions ResearchThe "Oral Tradition" from Getting Started in Oral Traditions Research,Text: Elisa Hart and Illustrations: Wally Wolfe, Inkit. Occasional Paper No. 4, Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Department of Education, Culture & Employment, Culture and Heritage Division, Government of the Northwest Territories.

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Mapping How We Use Our Land"How do we collect traditional knowledge?" from Mapping How We Use Our Land: Using Participatory Action Research. Mike Robinson, Terry Garvin and Gordon Hodgson, ANDC and Canada/Alberta Partnership Agreement in Forestry, 1994.

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Traditional Knowledge and Sustainable Forest ManagementTraditional Knowledge and Sustainable Forest Management,Marc G. Stephenson. Sustainable Forest Management Network, 2005. The publishers have allowed the entire document to be reproduced for non-commercial use.

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Guide to Conducting a Traditional Knowledge and Land Use Study"The Interview Process" from A Guide to Conducting a Traditional Knowledge and Land Use Study. T. Garvin, S. Nelson, E. Ellhoj, and B. Redmond. Canadian Forest Service Northern Forestry Centre, Natural Resources Canada, 2001.

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There is Still Survival Out There "2. Methodology" from There is Still Survival Out There: A Traditional Land Use and Occupancy Study of the Fort McKay First Nations.Fort McKay First Nations, October 1994 [2nd edition, 1996).

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