Tyla Crowe

MRM Resource & Environmental Management
Researcher
Email: tyla.crowe@firelight.ca
Location: Xwmélch’tstn (Squamish Capilano 5 Reserve) Office


Tyla Crowe is a researcher with the ecology team. Her graduate research project in the school of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University is utilizing a reconciliation scholarship framework to analyze the Indigenous Reconciliation Toolkit her team created for Helicat Canada. Tyla has a strong interest in Indigenous planning and is working towards becoming a registered professional planner. She holds an undergraduate degree in Environmental studies, which focussed on ethnobotany, Indigenous history of Western Turtle Island, and ecological restoration. Tyla has worked in environmental conservation and stewardship planning, Indigenous relations for both industry and provincial government, and as the Moosehide Gathering coordinator for the Trʼondëk Hwëchʼin First Nation in the Yukon Territory. Her passions lie in prioritizing and interweaving Indigenous knowledges with western knowledge, primarily within the realm of Indigenous collaborative management agreements.

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XWMÉLCH’tSTN (SQUAMISH CAPILANO 5 RESERVE) (778) 851-0264
VICTORIA (250) 590-9017
EDMONTON (780) 760-1255

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