Land Based Teachings and Coast Salish Art

Interaction with cedar – forest walks. After starting each session with a song and a talk about what we’re about to learn, participants will work on projects. Walk the land, to slow down and listen to the super natural world around us. Talk about medicines from our plant Relatives, about how the forest surrounds and protects us, how it provides food for all our animal Relatives, how it has all the materials needed to make clothing to protect us from the long winter rains. The teachings will talk about the health of the forest and emphasize how it is our job to take care of the forest for future generations, how we can feed that forest and give back to it.

Clappers

Mini Canoes

Paddle Plaques

Our cedar is responsibly and respectfully harvested from sustainable sources.