If you are interested in sustainability, First Nations, the Great Bear Rainforest and Haida Gwaii, and/or old growth forest and marine ecosystems, you will be interested in Coast Funds. Ecosystem-based Management strives for high levels of ecological integrity and human well being, including First Nations' culture. Progress since 2000 is real, and more progress is essential.
I am a member of the Coast Funds Board of Directors, nominated by the First Nations of the Nanwakolas Council.
Coast Funds home website is https://coastfunds.ca. They do a good job of bringing new information to the website. The quarterly newsletter is also available - for example, https://coastfunds.ca/news/talking-stick-winter-2018-19/. Coast Funds will send you the quarterly newsletter for free if you register with them.
The Nanwakolas Council is another important website to understand the challenges and progress of First Nations on northern Vancouver Island and the area around Knight Inlet, the Broughton Archipeligo, and Johnstone Strait. Their website is https://nanwakolas.com. I worked with the Council from 2006 to 2014 as a deacon. The Nanwakolas Challenge, their annual golf tournament which supports higher education, is a 'must go' in my social calendar.