”Moyeyihtamowin”, a Cree word meaning “awareness of the environment”. This is a direct representation of what our company provides. The growth and development of awareness, understanding and consciousness toward the biophysical environment and its problems, including human interactions and effects.
Moyeyihtamowin Consulting Limited assists Indigenous communities and other companies to reduce the damage caused by their operations to the surrounding environment by enhancing the quality of the natural habitat.
About Moyeyihtamowin Consulting Limited
100% Indigenous Owned
Moyeyihtamowin Consulting Limited is a leading environmental consulting company based on Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation, Treaty 4 territory, in south Saskatchewan. We specialize in providing comprehensive services to meet the highest environmental standards and regulations. Our primary focus is addressing climate change, promoting sustainability, and advancing renewable energy solutions.
At Moyeyihtamowin Consulting Limited, our ultimate goal is to ensure the protection of Mother Earth and restore her to her natural habitat. We are dedicated to providing innovative and sustainable solutions that contribute to a healthier and more resilient planet for future generations.
MC Enviro Services
We recognize the importance of Indigenous culture and values, building relationships and establishing partnerships. We help bridge the gaps between industry, government, and Indigenous communities by bringing Indigenous knowledge and western science together in the work we provide.
Environmental Assessments & Audits
Environmental Impact Assessments
Environmental Management Planning
Natural Resource Management
Project Management & Coordination
Renewable Energy Assessments
Wetland & Wildlife Assessments
Media Production Management
Social Media Management
MC Enviro Team
Founder & CEO
Erica is a nêhiyaw woman from Plains Cree territory located in Treaty 4. Erica is currently completing the Environmental Engineering Technology Diploma and the Business Certificate concurrently at Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw. Erica will be pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science at Royal Roads University in 2024. Erica's passion for the environment is deep rooted. Erica believes the land is the greatest teacher and that our first classroom should be our ancestral homelands.
Erica comes with 16 years experience in residential and industrial construction. She is a carpenter and scaffolder by trade. Erica was a part owner for a residential house framing company in Regina from 2007 to 2013. With the company, Erica was able to gain experience in bookkeeping/accounting services and project management. In 2013, Erica joined Prairie Arctic Regional Council Local 1985. Erica was able to work on several projects throughout Saskatchewan including BHP Jansen mine, K+S Bethune Potash mine and Enbridge Line 3 replacement. In those 10 years with the union, she was able to gain valuable experience in safety, maintenance, project coordination, and procurement. Erica is only a few classes away from challenging her National Construction Safety Officer certification.
Erica is soon to be a fourth time alumni at Saskatchewan Polytechnic and has been apart of the Indigenous Student Success Strategy at the Moose Jaw Campus. Erica is represented in the 2023 Indigenous Role Model Calendar for Saskatchewan Polytechnic. She gives numerous guest lectures to students on her educational journey and career journey in hopes to inspire and motivate others. She believes that Indigenous student success is everyone’s success.
Indigenous Knowledge & Wellness Keeper
Jaqueline is nêhiyaw woman from the Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation. She holds a Bachelor of Health Studies with a concentration in Indigenous Health and a Master of Science - Social Dimensions of Health with Master of Arts Indigenous Governance. Jaqueline’s thesis and research is titled: The nêhiyaw Language and its Connections to Health & Wellness, Holistic Approaches to Health.
Media Production Specialist
Eric was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. His roots stem from the Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation situated on Treaty Four Territory. Eric’s story is one of resilience and perseverance. He has turned his suffering into strength and has become one of Saskatchewan’s leading videographers who is paving the way for aspiring First Nations, Inuit, and Métis filmmakers. His passion for filmmaking started at a young age. He often found himself day dreaming in class. Imagining himself directing and filming movies. After graduating in 2006, he started working in the automotive industry but still found his mind drifting to that recurring vision of being a well-known and reputable videographer. In 2019, Eric left the automotive industry and finally pursued his lifelong dream of working in media production. Eric acquired enough media equipment to start his career as a full-time videographer. Weddings were the focus at the beginning of Anaquod Videography. Eric’s success in wedding videography was attributed to his unique cinematic style. From there he began filming small commercials which led to larger video production jobs.
Eric’s obsession to produce stunning and breathtaking videos has grown his career substantially. Currently, Eric has taken a new journey in his film career to preserve the oral history of all First Nations across Canada. He has also begun learning and speaking the Cree dialect, which was lost in his ancestry and family history. Eric has all the media production tools required to professionally film and direct any video that comes his way.
Finance Marketing Specialist
Damian’s roots are from the Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation. He was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. Graduating high school in 2019 from Winston Knoll Collegiate with honours. Determined to continue his educational journey, he enrolled with the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, majoring in Software Systems Engineering. With the coronavirus leading to a worldwide pandemic, Damian realized that he had a passion for economics. In 2022, he decided to obtain a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Economics. Damian has acquired his experience working at SaskTel in the finance department and Sask Inc., as a social media strategist.