Coast Salish


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Coast Salish

n. pl. Coast Salish
A member of any of the Salish-speaking Native American peoples inhabiting the northwest Pacific coast from the Strait of Georgia to southwest Washington.
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[C] Coast Salish cedar model totem pole by Alec Peters, late 20th century.
The grant partners with Lummi Natural Resources and forms a network of other partners, which will focus on community-driven issues related to environmental impacts on the Salish Sea that affect Coast Salish peoples.
The book follows the journey of Otter, a clan relation from the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation, on a journey across many indigenous traditions, lifeways, and territories on the Pacific, from the M<-a>ori of New Zealand to the Inuit of Alaska and the Coast Salish of the Pacific Northwest.
A team of researchers, including Indigenous leaders and Elders who are part of The Cedar Project Partnership, looked at data on 610 young Indigenous people aged 14-30 years who used drugs in Vancouver and Prince George, BC, on Coast Salish and Lheidli T'enneh territories, respectively.
Vancity is a values-based financial co-operative serving the needs of its more than 523,000 member-owners and their communities in the Coast Salish and Kwakwaka'wakw territories, with 59 branches in Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, Victoria, Squamish and Alert Bay.
Animals of the Salish Sea: Coast Salish First Nations and Native Art written by Melaney Gleeson-Lyall illustrated by Coast Salish Artists Native Northwest, 2016 978-1-55476-205-7 (hc) $15.95 for Preschool to Grade 2
Marston's work is strongly influenced by his Coast Salish ancestors and their work.
This book was created by a variety of Coast Salish artists who have been generous in sharing their culture, art and insights on their unique relationships with the natural and supernatural world.
It also works in solidarity with Coast Salish People.
The Halalt also say that "the mill was constructed in and around and on sacred burial sites of the Coast Salish peoples of Halalt." Catalyst says Crofton makes 349,000 metric tons of newsprint annually.