Northwest Native Storytelling & Cedar Canoe Paddling Experience

For many thousands of years, the canoes of the remote North Pacific Coast were the only means of transportation and trade. Carved from majestic stands of cedar timber, these rugged ocean-going canoes were of critical importance to the survival of the First People.

The First People living in the Salish Sea reagion are perhaps the last living ties to a heritage spanning back to the begining of mankind.

90 Minutes That May Change Your Life

We are working to develop a unique heritage learning experience for those who wish to explore beyond the bounds of modern social ideology. Get a glimpse of early society and learn about the fundamental elements of honor, respect, fortitude and cooperation that are the founding principals of humanity.

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