Many research practices in Greenland aren’t beneficial for local communities. Expeditions are often organized by international institutions that don’t engage local skills and fail to recognise Indigenous Traditional Knowledge. There is a need to co-create a space for facilitating productive and mutually beneficial relationships. By doing so, securing the economic future of Kangerlassuaq and ongoing scientific research in the region. This Sila Centre can facilitate meetings, local guidance & support for research expeditions, educational opportunities and more. It tightly integrates the needs of research projects with the invaluable skills of the local community. Additionally, the Sila Centre promotes a deep cultural exchange offering a unique experience for both foreign researchers and the local community.