After travelling for a while, Nang Kilsdlaas Hll.nga Supernatural Raven had himself born into the village beneath Nee Kun. There he grew up in a family of SGaana Killer whales, amongst the many SGaanuwee supernatural beings inhabiting the worlds. At some time Taaw Tow Hill walked from Juus Kaahlii Juskatla to join them. Today he … Read More
Pick, Process and Share Learning how to nourish ourselves
The summer’s midnight glow across the northern horizon slips low and gives way to a pure deep indigo blue of starlit skies. This is what I look forward to every autumn and winter when the day’s light gives up to the early night’s darkness.
For decades Haida people and their allies have put themselves on the line to protect forests in Haida Gwaii. You might enjoy walking through some of these protected forests of giant k’aang Western hemlock, ts’uu Western red cedar and kayd Sitka spruce in places like Kiid K’iiyaas K’yuu Golden Spruce Trail, Aagang Guu Government Creek, … Read More
Nathalie Macfarlane relaxes on a soft grey sofa in the Haida Gwaii Museum, leafing through a photo album filled with pictures of islanders, taken from the 1890s up until just a few years ago. Early black and white photographs show individuals and groups posing seriously in the formal wear of yesteryear, while others show long-ago … Read More