If you would like more information about NWCC's Applied Coastal Ecology or Guardian Watchmen programs, please contact Peter Freeman at (250) 624-6054 or pfreeman@nwcc.bc.ca.


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This is good news, students should learn their cultural roots.

Peter Freeman

Unfortunately we were unable to pull off the Hartley Bay offering. We are presently trying to offer the cultural component in Port Simpson.
Our 2011-2012 offering of the Guardian Watchmen program was cancelled due to poor enrollment. If you have any ideas for ways to increase community interest in this and other programs, I would be very interested in hearing more from the public.

Lianne Gagnon

Guardian Watchmen is a Success in Lax Kw'alaams! 10 students just successfully completed Module 3 of Northwest Community College's Guardian Watchmen program. Module 3 consists of three courses: Traditional Ecological Knowledge, BC Cultural Stewardship, and Ethnobotany. Tsimshian instructor, Karen Sankey, and Guardian Watchmen students participated in experiential learning through field trips, plant harvesting, and the use of their language-Sm'algyax. Community Knowledge Keepers were invited to the class to share their wisdom and experiences. Classes were capped off with a celebratory feast hosted by the instructor and students. Family, friends, band council representatives, and NWCC faculty and management attended this food-ladened event. It was the perfect way to highlight the students' success!

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