This site has really grabbed my interest! The Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada has the daunting and important task of evaluating the health of the various species of wildlife in Canada. It is a very interesting approach to what has likely always been a very hard-science based practice. Scientists tracking the health of the species that we rely on in Canada likely realized very quickly that their data did not go back far enough to make informed decisions, but they also realized that for the health of some species, decisions had to be made!
Aboriginal traditional knowledge (ATK) is incorporated into their annual assessments. The website has information on what ATK is, and even states that the meaning of ATK varies depending on what region one is researching. The assessment process for determining the health of a species is listed and in that list is the protocol around using ATK. This protocol includes cultural sensitivity due to the spiritual nature of the information. The site is run by the Government of Canada and so this representation of ATK is in my opinion a grand tipping of the hat, so to speak, to First Nations cultures and their vast knowledge of the land.