Cultural Connections

Our work together has included projects that map hydrologic basins from the source to the drinking water supply. Though the use of music, dance and art, we have been able to build upon collective knowledge that contributes to scientifically sound data collection. Such efforts have resulted in community outreach and coordination through our actions in protecting and managing our place in our natural surroundings. Such sites have included the Tlingit and Haida Spirit Camp and the Stikine Watershed, Alaska.

Traditions in Ecology: file not all there
a speaker video put on by the Coast Salish Peoples and their invited guests.

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