Along with Lethbridge's and Flect's works, up for consideration were The Diamond Willow
Walking Stick: A Traditional Mitis Story about Generosity, written and illustrated by Leah Marie Dorion, with Michif translation by Norman Fleury; Moccasin Creek written and illustrated by Rene Andre Meshake; and, Raven Brings the Light written by Roy Henry Vickers and Robert Budd, and illustrated by Roy Henry Vickers.
The young adult novel, No Small by Connie Brummel Crook UE, published in 2010, is a nominated finalist for the Diamond Willow
Award in Saskatchewan.
The winner of the Diamond Willow
Award selected by students in Grades 4 to 6, is Amber: The Story of a Red Fox written by Shirley Woods, illustrated by Celia Godkin (Fitzhenry & Whiteside).
Sweetgrass-which can include sweet grass, sage, cedar and fungus from diamond willow
is considered sacred to Aboriginal people and burned to send prayers to the Creator on the smoke.
From carrots to karats, from diamond willow
carvings to Alaska diamond jewelry, together with some 1,200 other products, all are listed and described in more than 125 pages.
Then we ground along for 7 bone-jarring, rump-numbing hours to cover 20-plus miles to a very comfortable out-camp called Diamond Willow.
It's a long, tiresome ride into our Diamond Willow camp," Jason warned.
It also expanded its Diamond Willow
wind facility by an additional 10.
Leah Marie Dorion, Michif Translation by Norman Fleury The Diamond Willow
Walking Stick: A Traditional Metis Story About Generosity was nominated in the Children's Literature Award.
Montana-Dakota also announced plans to expand its Diamond Willow wind facility by an additional 10.
regarding plans to develop a wind generation facility in southwest North Dakota and expansion of the Diamond Willow wind generation facility in Montana, within the meaning of Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.