Back by Popular Demand, on Sunday, September 30, Stewardship Pemberton (with the support of the Sitka Foundation) hosts a family-friendly field trip to the Upper Lillooet River Valley to celebrate BC Rivers Day. The adventure begins with a guided tour in the Upper Lillooet River valley, touring the Mount Meager landslide, the largest ever recorded … Continue reading Field trip to Mt Meager, September 30 10am – 2pm
Make a little shelf while learning some basic woodworking skills. Supplies included in workshop cost.
Thanks to Maxine Joseph-Bruce for sharing the salmon tally, as of Tuesday 18 September: Sneknukwa7, 12,129 sockeye in the Birkenhead River as of this afternoon tally. River level is pretty low and temporature is at around 12c. Much appreciation to the Lil'wat Fisheries Technicians for all their efforts to this point, we are at around … Continue reading Tallying the salmon coming home
In 2016, a blanket ceremony was held at Signal Hill Elementary. I had the privilege of interviewing the school's Vice Principal at the time, Clare Hanbury, and Aboriginal Cultural Support Worker Tanina Williams, after the event, and wrote about it here. Hanbury and Williams then began working on this documentary about the ceremony and the … Continue reading Watch ‘Punpúntwal’ (Finding Each Other) – a new documentary from Signal Hill Elementary
Cancer doesn't care what colour you are, how old you are, or that there are people counting on you being around a bit longer. Over 100 people ran in the rain on Sunday to acknowledge that at the annual Terry Fox run, organized this year by Lindsay and Jess at Kufuka. Or, as Natalie Langmann … Continue reading We run because we can: photos from the Pemberton Terry Fox Run 2018
Anyone else? Thank you to Diane Zaste for bringing this to my attention.
Settling in to sleep, I'm invited into the night by a riot of crickets. A Great Horned owl choruses, "Hoo-hoo-hoooo-hoo, Hoo-hoo-hoooo-hoo - beckoning me in further. And, in the background, the eternal silence of the night reminds me that I am. I'm serenaded into belonging as nature's lullaby sings me to sleep. The wind caresses … Continue reading Midnight Serenades