(Excerpt) 9. Conservation for the [...] First Nation means the management of human activities to maintain, protect or recover fish, wildlife, plants, and habitat since all are connected, to foster the maintenance of natural populations, biodiversity and ecological processes capable of sustainable harvesting. Conservation may include preservation, protection, augmentation and controlled utilization of populations and habitats.
10. The [...] First Nation expects all parties will recognize and respect the importance that traditional knowledge, cultural values, sacred laws, and traditional practices play in the [...]system of fish and wildlife management.