The largest ‘mixed’ cultural and natural UNESCO World Heritage site in North America
Part of the largest stretch of untouched boreal wilderness left on earth
Pimachiowin Aki is home to millions of trees, hundreds of lakes, rivers and wetlands, over a thousand plant and animal species, and an ancient living culture that thrives today.
Pim MATCH – o win – a KEHThe Land that Gives Life
Cared for by the Anishinaabeg for over 7,000 years
The Anishinaabeg live as one with Pimachiowin Aki, using ancient conservation practices to keep the land it in its purest form for all generations.
Ji-ganawendamang GidakiiminaanKeeping the Land
The Creator has given us the responsibility to protect and care for the lands on which we were placed.
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Poplar River First Nation
Pauingassi First Nation
Little Grand Rapids First Nation
Bloodvein River First Nation
Atikaki Provincial Park
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