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In Huu-ay-aht traditions, the resources of the forest, particularly the cedar tree, have special significance. Cedar wood and cedar bark both defined and ...

The Huu-ay-aht First Nations issued a carefully worded statement in Victoria this week on the heels of a surprise move at the Union of British Columbia ...

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“Environmental groups do not speak for us on forestry issues,” said Dennis. “I would have hoped local governments would realize that sustainable forestry ...

In P. J. Cloke & R. J. Johnston (Eds.), Spaces of geographical thought.

Province drops appeal of Huu-ay-aht forestry case | Ha-Shilth-Sa Newspaper

We are offering daily tours from May long weekend (May 19th in 2018) until the end of September. You must book in advance in order to secure your spot.

Stella Peters, a Kiixin tour guide, stops on a boardwalk during a tour. - Chris Thorn Photography , The Canadian Press

Indeed the Nuu chah nulth People could be called, as one elder put it, the Cedar People" George Clutesi Curriculum Program: Nuu chah nulth Traditional ...

The Sierra Club of B.C. says 30 per cent of Vancouver Island's old-growth forests were logged between 1990 and 2015.

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Huu-ay-aht First Nation on Vancouver Island could be barking up the wrong tree, standing at odds with some members of the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) ...

Journey with our Ancestors

Huu-ay-aht councillor Jack Cook stands on beach in the aboriginal village of Anacla, British Columbia near to the site a proposed liquefied natural gas ...

Yet from the beginning, transnational corporations have grabbed and plundered the profitable forest resources of First Nations across BC with impunity, ...

The Pacific coastline of Vancouver Island is also renowned for the unique culture and traditions of ...

Tour guide Stella Peters offers information during a stop on a boardwalk. - Chris Thorn Photography , The Canadian Press

'The people of resilience'

In light of Sarita project rejection, province promises review of energy procurement process | Ha-Shilth-Sa Newspaper

Huu-ay-aht Forestry Worker

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The Pacific coastline of Vancouver Island is also renowned for the unique culture and traditions of ...

Pachena Bay, in the heart of the Huu-ay-aht traditional territory.

Featured Video of the Day: Culturally Modified Trees Of The Huu-ay-aht First Nations – Western Forest Products

The Pacific coastline of Vancouver Island is also renowned for the unique culture and traditions of ...

PDF: Backgrounder: Huu-ay-aht makes history with approval of Sarita LNG Project

In P. J. Cloke & R. J. Johnston (Eds.), Spaces of geographical thought.

Archaeological work in Huu-ay-aht territory, 2012

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Campbell River Discovery Guide - 2018

Huu-ay-aht hereditary chiefs, 2005. Photo: Steven Earle

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Huu-ay-aht Kiixin Tour

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In the time before contact with European explorers and traders, the Huu-ay-aht economy was based on harvesting natural resources from our lands and waters.

A footpath. While the Kiixin tour is one of a kind, the number of Indigenous cultural activities across B.C. has grown significantly with more than 400 new ...

Return of Huu-ay-aht Cultural Treasures

Our February 28, Winter Workshop at the Vancouver Island University will tackle this challenging silviculture issue like a “team player” – by exploring new ...

... resources, and peoples in accordance with their practices and traditions. In 1995, Canada recognized First Nations' right to govern themselves with the ...

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The change in forest structure could be contributing to declines in pollinator species, especially native bees, according to a ...

Guides like Robert Dennis Junior (Wiisqi), shown here, tell stories reflecting the beliefs and traditions of the Huu-ay-aht people, ...

Unlocking the Land: Huu-ay-aht First Nations Land Registry

Controlling access to industrial roads would help solve the garbage and gunfire issue in Jordan River, says a spokesperson for the Victoria Fish and Game ...

The Legislature's State and Local Government Committee on Wednesday gave bipartisan support to a bill by state Sen. Troy Jackson, D-Allagash, ...

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A new group that opposes large scale forest destruction plans to host a series of public information sessions. The No Electricity From Forests group says ...

Slippery rain-soaked ladders

Vancouver Island - The western side of Vancouver Island hosts a rainforest.

You Won't BeLEAF What You'll Find in Temperate Rainforests!

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Photos provided by Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada showing storm damage to the West

Angela Wesley: Huu-ay-aht First Nations' Forging of a New Governance System. Resource; Details; Citation; Transcript

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A small path to Pachena Bay, Vancouver Island. One of the island gems.

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... located in Huu ay aht territory, in TFL 44, and it is estimated that over 40 million cubic meters of timber has been logged from 1940 until the present.

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Businesses and individuals interested in Pennsylvania's large forest-products industry can learn about goods, services, best practices and industry trends ...

A controversial £39m Natural Resources Wales deal to sell timber to a sawmill that was not put out to tender has generated “serious concern” in the timber ...

Huu ay aht First Nation Heritage Plundered For Port Alberni and Foreign Sawmills

As a First Nation on Vancouver Island, the Huu-ay-aht First Nations must object to a resolution made yesterday by the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) ...

Beach Hikes and Forest Celebrations. “

Big Sur — A group of scientists is trying to determine if climate change poses a threat to the iconic California Redwood. If it does, they say, ...

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Culturally modified western red cedar trees with their outer bark removed. Photo: Lotus Johnson.

It was a time of celebration and sadness that the Huu-ay-aht Development Corporation bids farewell to its outgoing Chief Executive Officer Stan Coleman.

Located south of Barkley Sound, Huu-ay-aht First Nations Treaty Settlement Land includes 1,077 hectares of former reserves and 7,181 hectares of former ...

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However, the buoys have a symbolic purpose beyond that of wayfinding. The carving and placing of a buoy has become a common ritual practise to commemorate ...

Huu-ay-aht purchase Sarita land from Western Forest Products for $3 million

In Huu-ay-aht traditions, the resources of the forest, particularly the cedar tree, have special significance. Cedar wood and cedar bark both defined and ...

The Huu-ay-aht First Nations issued a carefully worded statement in Victoria this week on the heels of a surprise move at the Union of British Columbia ...

“Environmental groups do not speak for us on forestry issues,” said Dennis. “I would have hoped local governments would realize that sustainable forestry ...

In P. J. Cloke & R. J. Johnston (Eds.), Spaces of geographical thought.

Huu-ay-aht First Nation on Vancouver Island could be barking up the wrong tree, standing at odds with some members of the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) ...

Province drops appeal of Huu-ay-aht forestry case | Ha-Shilth-Sa Newspaper

The Sierra Club of B.C. says 30 per cent of Vancouver Island's old-growth forests were logged between 1990 and 2015.

Indeed the Nuu chah nulth People could be called, as one elder put it, the Cedar People" George Clutesi Curriculum Program: Nuu chah nulth Traditional ...

Stella Peters, a Kiixin tour guide, stops on a boardwalk during a tour. - Chris Thorn Photography , The Canadian Press

We are offering daily tours from May long weekend (May 19th in 2018) until the end of September. You must book in advance in order to secure your spot.

Journey with our Ancestors

Construction of a new 25-kilometre trail along Long Beach is set to begin next year. The project is being developed in consultation with the Tla-o-qui-aht ...

Yet from the beginning, transnational corporations have grabbed and plundered the profitable forest resources of First Nations across BC with impunity, ...

Huu-ay-aht councillor Cook stands on beach in the aboriginal village of Anacla

Tour guide Stella Peters offers information during a stop on a boardwalk. - Chris Thorn Photography , The Canadian Press

The Pacific coastline of Vancouver Island is also renowned for the unique culture and traditions of ...

'The people of resilience'

Huu-ay-aht Forestry Worker

forest

In light of Sarita project rejection, province promises review of energy procurement process | Ha-Shilth-Sa Newspaper

Vancouver ...

The Pacific coastline of Vancouver Island is also renowned for the unique culture and traditions of ...

Featured Video of the Day: Culturally Modified Trees Of The Huu-ay-aht First Nations – Western Forest Products

Pachena Bay, in the heart of the Huu-ay-aht traditional territory.

The Pacific coastline of Vancouver Island is also renowned for the unique culture and traditions of ...

Huu-ay-aht Kiixin Tour

... resources, and peoples in accordance with their practices and traditions. In 1995, Canada recognized First Nations' right to govern themselves with the ...

PDF: Backgrounder: Huu-ay-aht makes history with approval of Sarita LNG Project

In P. J. Cloke & R. J. Johnston (Eds.), Spaces of geographical thought.

Archaeological work in Huu-ay-aht territory, 2012

Page 1

Huu-ay-aht hereditary chiefs, 2005. Photo: Steven Earle

bc-rainforest

In the time before contact with European explorers and traders, the Huu-ay-aht economy was based on harvesting natural resources from our lands and waters.

A footpath. While the Kiixin tour is one of a kind, the number of Indigenous cultural activities across B.C. has grown significantly with more than 400 new ...

Return of Huu-ay-aht Cultural Treasures

Our February 28, Winter Workshop at the Vancouver Island University will tackle this challenging silviculture issue like a “team player” – by exploring new ...

Huu-ay-aht First Nation

A small path to Pachena Bay, Vancouver Island. One of the island gems.

Page 1

Guides like Robert Dennis Junior (Wiisqi), shown here, tell stories reflecting the beliefs and traditions of the Huu-ay-aht people, ...

Natural storm aftermath! what will an UnNatural storm aftermath look like?

Angela Wesley: Huu-ay-aht First Nations' Forging of a New Governance System. Resource; Details; Citation; Transcript

Controlling access to industrial roads would help solve the garbage and gunfire issue in Jordan River, says a spokesperson for the Victoria Fish and Game ...

Page 1

The Legislature's State and Local Government Committee on Wednesday gave bipartisan support to a bill by state Sen. Troy Jackson, D-Allagash, ...

... located in Huu ay aht territory, in TFL 44, and it is estimated that over 40 million cubic meters of timber has been logged from 1940 until the present.

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A new group that opposes large scale forest destruction plans to host a series of public information sessions. The No Electricity From Forests group says ...

Vancouver Island - The western side of Vancouver Island hosts a rainforest.

You Won't BeLEAF What You'll Find in Temperate Rainforests!

Photos provided by Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada showing storm damage to the West

A ...

Businesses and individuals interested in Pennsylvania's large forest-products industry can learn about goods, services, best practices and industry trends ...

A controversial £39m Natural Resources Wales deal to sell timber to a sawmill that was not put out to tender has generated “serious concern” in the timber ...

Southeast View.jpg (800×611)

Huu ay aht First Nation Heritage Plundered For Port Alberni and Foreign Sawmills

Beach Hikes and Forest Celebrations. “

Caption big

Big Sur — A group of scientists is trying to determine if climate change poses a threat to the iconic California Redwood. If it does, they say, ...

As a First Nation on Vancouver Island, the Huu-ay-aht First Nations must object to a resolution made yesterday by the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) ...

Page 1

Located south of Barkley Sound, Huu-ay-aht First Nations Treaty Settlement Land includes 1,077 hectares of former reserves and 7,181 hectares of former ...

It was a time of celebration and sadness that the Huu-ay-aht Development Corporation bids farewell to its outgoing Chief Executive Officer Stan Coleman.

Malaysian cooking class

Page 1

Culturally modified western red cedar trees with their outer bark removed. Photo: Lotus Johnson.

John, Oct. 2013

Study finds elevated risk of hearing loss in certain agriculture, forestry and fishing subsectors

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... resources, and peoples in accordance with their practices and traditions. In 1995, Canada recognized First Nations' right to govern themselves with the ...

I am writing concerning the many recent articles in the Times regarding Canfor's logging. Canfor is logging inside its designated area, approved by the ...

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PORT ALBERNI, BC – Huu-ay-aht First Nations and Western Forest Products today announced the signing of a Reconciliation Protocol Agreement.

Steelhead LNG (CNW Group/Huu-ay-aht First Nations)

The Wyoming House of Representatives has signed off on a proposal to spend up to $500, 000 a year on efforts to mitigate the damage caused by the bark ...

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Like a lot of small towns in the West, Ashland Oregon is surrounded by conifer forests. The forests grow on public lands managed by the Forest Service and ...

Huu-ay-aht purchase Sarita land from Western Forest Products for $3 million

#BigLonelyDoug near unprotected Edinburgh aka #ChristyClark Grove #Pacheedaht lands // STOP #BC #oldgrowth loggingpic.twitter.com/y3SZTlAj2e