Member Nations

The Ha-ma-yas Stewardship Network is currently made up of the member Nations of the Nanwakolas Council . The Ha-ma-yas Network works closely with other First Nations Guardian programs up and down the coast and in particular with the Coastal Stewardship Network. 

Membership of the Ha-ma-yas Stewardship Network includes the following First Nations: Mamalilikulla, Tlowitsis, Da’naxda’xw Awaetlatla, Wei Wai Kum, Kwiakah and K’omoks. For more information on the member First Nations stewardship activities click on a First Nation below.

The Mamalilikulla are based on northern Vancouver Island, in the Queen Charlotte Strait region. Our people are now scattered all over Vancouver...
 Tlowitsis The Tlowitsis First Nation’s traditional territory is located at the mouth of Knight Inlet. The area encompasses Glendale Cove south to...
The traditional territory of the Da’naxda'xw/Awaetlala First Nation is the area of coastal British Columbia known as Knight Inlet. The territory...
The Campbell River First Nation does not have its own Guardian program. It utilizes its fisheries organization, A’tlegay, to conduct its stewardship...
Kwiakah is involved with stewardship activities through A’tlegay Fisheries, and has a biological firm conducting specific research important to the...
The K’ómoks First Nation is located in the Comox Valley on eastern Vancouver Island of British Columbia. With a current population of 300 members,...