YA’THI NÉNÉ ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PROGRAM
From 2000 to 2017 the Athabasca Basin Communities of Black Lake, Stony Rapids, Fond-du-Lac, Camsell Portage, Uranium City and Wollaston/Hatchet Lake performed community-based monitoring of water, sediment, fish, plants, wildlife, and air quality near
their communities with assistance from Canada North Environmental Services and funding provided by Orano and Cameco. Today, under their new Ya’thi Néné collaboration agreement with Orano and Cameco, the Athabasca Basin communities’
Ya’thi Néné program is focused on Traditional Foods Studies.