Event Title

s'pe'wil; To Whistle

Presentation Abstract

Originating from lakes and rivers of Gold Mountain, nestled between communities ancient and new, Chico Creek faithfully travels the path of least resistence until it reaches the shores of Dyes Inlet. Small in size and shallow in depth, it trucks along unassuming and indifferent to those unaware of its history and significance. Little do many know the ways this little creek has shaped history, serving as a bridge and a divide for boundaries both physical and immaterial, dutifully providing for all who seek its sustenance.

Session Title

The Power of Place - Promoting Decolonizing Methodologies in Water Governance in the Salish Sea

Conference Track

People

Conference Name

Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference (2016 : Vancouver, B.C.)

Document Type

Event

Location

2016SSEC

Type of Presentation

Oral

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Language

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s'pe'wil; To Whistle

2016SSEC

Originating from lakes and rivers of Gold Mountain, nestled between communities ancient and new, Chico Creek faithfully travels the path of least resistence until it reaches the shores of Dyes Inlet. Small in size and shallow in depth, it trucks along unassuming and indifferent to those unaware of its history and significance. Little do many know the ways this little creek has shaped history, serving as a bridge and a divide for boundaries both physical and immaterial, dutifully providing for all who seek its sustenance.