Stqeeye’ Learning Society

About Us “Fulfilling, magical, and healing,” that is how Stqeeye’ Learning Society co-creator Sulsameethl George and her granddaughter Maiya Modeste describe their work. They come from a family legacy of looking after Xwaaqw’um lands, however, during contact their ancestral land was stolen and eventually designated a provincial park (Burgoyne Bay Provincial Park on Salt Spring […]

Coastal Foodways

About us A lifetime of practicing ancestral foodways, including harvesting and preservation, is how food became a focal point in ‘Cúagilákv (Jess H̓áust̓i)’s work. Jess has been working in Heiltsuk-related food work for a large part of their career and during the pandemic they realized that they wanted to build a network with other regions […]

Revitalizing Our Sustenance Project

Founded by a bold and visionary youth leader, Denise Miller of the Cayuga Nation and Wolf Clan, Revitalizing Our Sustenance Project (ROSP) began as a way to get young people involved in producing food within the Six Nations of Grand River Territory. Inspired by her own experiences and healing found in growing food, ROSP focuses […]