Mushkegowuk Lands & Resources
Troy Woodhouse, a dedicated member of Flying Post 73 First Nation, is a passionate advocate for wildlife preservation in his community. Fuelled by a deep connection to the land and guided by a commitment to environmental stewardship, Troy gained recognition for his efforts surrounding the 2020 incident involving the lawful killing of a white moose. As a voice for harmonious coexistence, he tirelessly works towards balancing human activities with the preservation of unique and endangered species, engaging in community initiatives and educational programs. Troy's legacy is one of commitment to to ensuring a sustainable future where the region's natural lands and resources endure for generations.