Understanding Rights, Ownership, and Stewardship / Kim Christen

This study path introduces learners to Traditional Knowledge Labels and how to explore copyright, access, and use issues related to developing tools for Indigenous communities and cultural objects. 

By Dr. Kim Christen, Director, Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation, Washington State University

Learning Objectives

  • Explain how Traditional Knowledge Labels function in relation to standard copyright.
  • Explain how Traditional Knowledge Labels provide a different way for Indigenous communities to promote their views of access and use of their cultural materials.
  • Gain a perspective on the exclusion of Indigenous systems of ownership and stewardship from mainstream intellectual property rights systems (copyright, patents).
  • Gain insight about how Indigenous systems of stewardship differ from Western notions of ownership.

This study path combines two activities:

Activities

Reflection/discussion prompt

This assignment asks students to engage with the Local Contexts initiative and particularly the Traditional Knowledge Labels in order to understand the contours of access and ownership in relation to Indigenous peoples’ cultural materials. 

In small groups, go to the Local Contexts website and read the text and watch the video in the “About” section. Discuss in your group who the audience(s) is/are for the Local Contexts initiative, and describe the goals of Local Context. Then go to the Traditional Knowledge (TK) Label section of the site, read the text, watch the video and then explore some of the TK Labels by clicking on them and reading their descriptions.

Once you’ve explored the labels, choose 2-3 and discuss how they differ from copyright and open access. As a group, list scenarios in which you would need to use TK Labels.

After you have done this, individually go to the Library of Congress website and examine the Passamaquoddy Trader’s Song and War Song record. As you engage with the record, read all the sections, including the notes, and read the text for the TK labels that were added by the Passamaquoddy community.

Assignment

Write a paper reflecting on the Passamaquoddy TK Labels and added metadata (cultural narratives and added notes) in relationship to the original institutional metadata. What do you see as the benefits of this type of added metadata? How does this help you understand the limits of Western copyright and legal systems in relation to cultural heritage materials?

Resources

Readings

Iacovelli, Stephanie. 2014. “Using Personas in the Design Process of Digital Exhibit Interactives.” Creating Museum Media for Everyone. Boston, MA: Museum of Science. http://openexhibits.org/wp-content/uploads/papers/CMME%20Personas.pdf.
Iacovelli, Stephanie. 2014. “Using Personas in the Design Process of Digital Exhibit Interactives.” Creating Museum Media for Everyone. Boston, MA: Museum of Science. http://openexhibits.org/wp-content/uploads/papers/CMME%20Personas.pdf.
Nunes, Zita Cristina. 2018. “Cataloging Black Knowledge: How Dorothy Porter Assembled and Organized a Premier Africana Research Collection.” Perspectives on History, December 2018. https://www.historians.org/publications-and-directories/perspectives-on-history/december-2018/cataloging-black-knowledge-how-dorothy-porter-assembled-and-organized-a-premier-africana-research-collection.
Lester, Caroline. 2019. “A Study on Driverless-Car Ethics Offers a Troubling Look Into Our Values | The New Yorker.” New Yorker, January 24, 2019. https://www.newyorker.com/science/elements/a-study-on-driverless-car-ethics-offers-a-troubling-look-into-our-values.
Godden, Rick, and Jonathan Hsy. 2016. “Universal Design and Its Discontents.” In Disrupting the Digital Humanities, edited by Dorothy Kim and Jesse Stommel. Punctum Books. http://www.disruptingdh.com/universal-design-and-its-discontents/.
Powell, Chaitra, Holly Smith, Shanee’ Murrain, and Skyla Hearn. 2018. “This [Black] Woman’s Work: Exploring Archival Projects That Embrace the Identity of the Memory Worker.” KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies 2 (1): 5. https://doi.org/10.5334/kula.25.
Geraci, Noah. (2019) 2019. Scripts for Reconciling Library of Congress Terms for Indigenous Peoples with Wikidata Items: Ngeraci/Indigenous-Lc-Wikidata. https://github.com/ngeraci/indigenous-lc-wikidata.
King, Julia A. 2016. “Comparative Colonialism and Collections-Based Archaeological Research: Dig Less, Catalog More.” Museum Worlds 4 (1). https://doi.org/10.3167/armw.2016.040102.
“Standards and Their Stories: How Quantifying, Classifying, and Formalizing Practices Shape Everyday Life (Cornell Paperbacks): Martha Lampland, Susan Leigh Star: 9780801474613: Amazon.Com: Books.” n.d. Accessed February 13, 2019. https://www.amazon.com/Standards-Their-Stories-Quantifying-Classifying/dp/0801474612.
Huggett, Jeremy. 2012. “Lost in Information? Ways of Knowing and Modes of Representation in e-Archaeology.” World Archaeology 44 (4): 538–52. https://doi.org/10.1080/00438243.2012.736274.
Wood, Stacy, Kathy Carbone, Marika Cifor, Anne Gilliland, and Ricardo Punzalan. 2014. “Mobilizing Records: Re-Framing Archival Description to Support Human Rights.” Archival Science 14 (3–4): 397–419. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10502-014-9233-1.
Ball, Patrick. 1994. “A Definition of Database Design Standards for Human Rights Agencies.” AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE.
“HRDAG.” n.d. HRDAG. Accessed February 5, 2019. http://hrdag.org/hrdag-25-years/.
Kim, E. Tammy. 2019. “The Passamaquoddy Reclaim Their Culture Through Digital Repatriation,” January 30, 2019. https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-passamaquoddy-reclaim-their-culture-through-digital-repatriation.
Billey, Amber, Emily Drabinski, and K. R. Roberto. 2014. “What’s Gender Got to Do with It? A Critique of RDA 9.7.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 52 (4): 412–21. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01639374.2014.882465.
“Repatriation | National Museum of the American Indian.” n.d. Accessed February 4, 2019. https://americanindian.si.edu/explore/collections/repatriation.
Lucas D. Introna, Helen Nissenbaum. 2000. “Shaping the Web: Why the Politics of Search Engines Matters.” The Information Society 16 (3): 169–85. https://doi.org/10.1080/01972240050133634.
Jackson, Steven J. 2014. “Rethinking Repair.” In Media Technologies, edited by Tarleton Gillespie, Pablo J. Boczkowski, and Kirsten A. Foot, 221–40. The MIT Press. https://doi.org/10.7551/mitpress/9780262525374.003.0011.
“How to Help Someone Use a Computer by Phil Agre – Librarian.Net.” n.d. Accessed February 1, 2019. https://www.librarian.net/stax/4965/how-to-help-someone-use-a-computer-by-phil-agre/.
Caswell, Michelle, and Joyce Gabiola. 2017. “‘Are You a Spy?’: Methodological Challenges to Studying Community Archives.” In Society of American Archivists Proceedings. Portland, Or.: Society of American Archivists. https://www2.archivists.org/sites/all/files/2017_SAAproceedings_GabiolaCaswell_revised.pdf.
“About DLF and the Organizers’ Toolkit - DLF Wiki.” n.d. Accessed January 22, 2019. https://wiki.diglib.org/About_DLF_and_the_Organizers%27_Toolkit.
“Training For Change | Movement and Capacity Building at the Grassroots.” n.d. Accessed January 22, 2019. https://www.trainingforchange.org/.
Krmpotich, Cara, and Alexander Somerville. 2016. “Affective Presence: The Metonymical Catalogue.” Museum Anthropology 39 (2): 178–91. https://doi.org/10.1111/muan.12123.
“The Sustainable Heritage Network.” n.d. Accessed October 8, 2018. https://sustainableheritagenetwork.org/.
Yeh, Thomas Yen-Ran, and Eugene T. Frosio. 1971. “The Treatment of the American Indian in the Library of Congress.” Library Resources and Technical Services 15 (2): 122–31. http://archive.org/details/lrtsv15no2.
Christen, Kimberly. 2011. “Opening Archives: Respectful Repatriation.” The American Archivist 74 (1): 185–210. http://hdl.handle.net/2376/5704.
“Indigitization Toolkit | Indigitization.” n.d. Accessed August 22, 2018. http://www.indigitization.ca/indigitization-toolkit/.
Swanson, Raegan. 2015. “Adapting the Brian Deer Classification System for Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 53 (5–6): 568–79. https://doi.org/10.1080/01639374.2015.1009669.
“UCLA Community Archives Lab – // Your Archive Story Matters.” n.d. Accessed October 15, 2018. https://communityarchiveslab.ucla.edu/.
“Sq’éwlets - A Stó:Lō-Coast Salish Community in the Fraser River Valley.” n.d. Accessed October 8, 2018. http://digitalsqewlets.ca/index-eng.php.
“Our Mission – Interference Archive.” n.d. Interference Archive. http://interferencearchive.org/our-mission/.
Voices of Amiskwaciy, and Edmonton Public Library. n.d. “Voices of Amiskwaciy: Sharing Stories from Indigenous Edmonton.” Voices of Amiskwaciy. Accessed October 11, 2018. https://voicesofamiskwaciy.ca/digital-heritage.
i-School. University of Wisconsin-Madison. 2015. “Tribal Libraries, Archives, and Museums Project.” Tribal Libraries, Archives, and Museums. 2017 2015. http://www.tlamproject.org/tlam-class/course-info/.
Gilliland, Anne J., and Sue McKemmish. 2014. “The Role of Participatory Archives in Furthering Human Rights, Reconciliation and Recovery” 24 (October). https://escholarship.org/uc/item/346521tf.
Sutherland, Tonia. 2017. “Archival Amnesty: In Search of Black American Transitional and Restorative Justice.” Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies 1 (2). http://libraryjuicepress.com/journals/index.php/jclis/article/view/42.
Dressler, Virginia. 2018. “Privacy Concerns & Ethical Decision-Making in Digital Collections.” In . Las Vegas, NV, USA: Digital Library Federation. https://doi.org/None.
Bahram, Sina, Susan Chun, and Anna Chiaretta Lavatelli. 2018. “Using Coyote to Describe the World.” In . Vancouver, Canada. https://mw18.mwconf.org/paper/using-coyote-to-describe-the-world/.
Aguilera, Jasmine. 2017. “Another Word for ‘Illegal Alien’ at the Library of Congress: Contentious.” New York Times, June 22, 2017. https://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/23/us/another-word-for-illegal-alien-at-the-library-of-congress-contentious.html.
Jones, Kyle M. L., and Chase McCoy. 2018. “Reconsidering Data in Learning Analytics: Opportunities for Critical Research Using a Documentation Studies Framework.” Learning, Media and Technology, December, 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1080/17439884.2018.1556216.
Alcalá, Janet Ceja, Mónica Colón-Aguirre, and Desiree Alaniz. 2018. “Immigrant Rights Advocacy as Records Literacy in Latinx Communities.” The Library Quarterly 88 (4): 332–47. https://doi.org/10.1086/699268.
Organization for Transformative Works. N.d. “What We Believe.” Organization for Transformative Works. N.d. http://www.transformativeworks.org/what_we_believe/.
“Artasiamerica - A Digital Archive for Asian / Asian American Contemporary Art History.” n.d. Accessed October 23, 2018. http://artasiamerica.org/.
Costanza-Chock, Sasha. 2018. “Design Justice: Towards an Intersectional Feminist Framework for Design Theory and Practice.” In Proceedings of the Design Research Society 2018. Limerick, Ireland. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3189696&download=yes.
Caswell, Michelle, and Bergis Jules. 2017. “Diversifying the Digital Historical Record.” http://diversifyingthedigital.org/index.html.
D’Ignazio, Catherine, and Rahul Barghava. n.d. “Data Culture Project.” DataBasic.Io. Accessed March 15, 2018. https://databasic.io/en/culture/.
Bjerknes, Gro, and Tone Bratteteig. 1995. “User Participation and Democracy: A Discussion of Scandinavian Research on System Development” 7: 27. https://aisel.aisnet.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1165&context=sjis.
QWRC (Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory)/CSÉC (Le Collaboratoire Scientifique de Écrits du Canada), Susan Brown, Joel Cummings, Colin Faulkner, Abigel Lemak, Kim Martin, Aliyya Mo, et al. n.d. “CWRC Ontology Specification - 0.99.6.” Accessed August 23, 2018. http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc-2018-02-22.html.
Black Metropolis Research Consortium, and University of Chicago. n.d. “Black Metropolis Research Consortium – A Resource for Black History in the Chicagoland Area.” Accessed October 16, 2018. http://bmrc.lib.uchicago.edu/.
Archivists and Archives of Color Section. n.d. “Archivists and Archives of Color Section.” Society of American Archivists. Accessed November 8, 2018. https://www2.archivists.org/groups/archivists-and-archives-of-color-section.
Falzetti, Ashley Glassburn. 2015. “Archival Absence: The Burden of History.” Settler Colonial Studies 5 (2): 128–44. https://doi.org/10.1080/2201473X.2014.957258.
Iacovelli, Stephanie. 2014. “Using Personas in the Design Process of Digital Exhibit Interactives.” Creating Museum Media for Everyone. Boston, MA: Museum of Science. http://openexhibits.org/wp-content/uploads/papers/CMME%20Personas.pdf.
Iacovelli, Stephanie. 2014. “Using Personas in the Design Process of Digital Exhibit Interactives.” Creating Museum Media for Everyone. Boston, MA: Museum of Science. http://openexhibits.org/wp-content/uploads/papers/CMME%20Personas.pdf.
Nunes, Zita Cristina. 2018. “Cataloging Black Knowledge: How Dorothy Porter Assembled and Organized a Premier Africana Research Collection.” Perspectives on History, December 2018. https://www.historians.org/publications-and-directories/perspectives-on-history/december-2018/cataloging-black-knowledge-how-dorothy-porter-assembled-and-organized-a-premier-africana-research-collection.
Lester, Caroline. 2019. “A Study on Driverless-Car Ethics Offers a Troubling Look Into Our Values | The New Yorker.” New Yorker, January 24, 2019. https://www.newyorker.com/science/elements/a-study-on-driverless-car-ethics-offers-a-troubling-look-into-our-values.
Godden, Rick, and Jonathan Hsy. 2016. “Universal Design and Its Discontents.” In Disrupting the Digital Humanities, edited by Dorothy Kim and Jesse Stommel. Punctum Books. http://www.disruptingdh.com/universal-design-and-its-discontents/.
Powell, Chaitra, Holly Smith, Shanee’ Murrain, and Skyla Hearn. 2018. “This [Black] Woman’s Work: Exploring Archival Projects That Embrace the Identity of the Memory Worker.” KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies 2 (1): 5. https://doi.org/10.5334/kula.25.
Geraci, Noah. (2019) 2019. Scripts for Reconciling Library of Congress Terms for Indigenous Peoples with Wikidata Items: Ngeraci/Indigenous-Lc-Wikidata. https://github.com/ngeraci/indigenous-lc-wikidata.
King, Julia A. 2016. “Comparative Colonialism and Collections-Based Archaeological Research: Dig Less, Catalog More.” Museum Worlds 4 (1). https://doi.org/10.3167/armw.2016.040102.
“Standards and Their Stories: How Quantifying, Classifying, and Formalizing Practices Shape Everyday Life (Cornell Paperbacks): Martha Lampland, Susan Leigh Star: 9780801474613: Amazon.Com: Books.” n.d. Accessed February 13, 2019. https://www.amazon.com/Standards-Their-Stories-Quantifying-Classifying/dp/0801474612.
Huggett, Jeremy. 2012. “Lost in Information? Ways of Knowing and Modes of Representation in e-Archaeology.” World Archaeology 44 (4): 538–52. https://doi.org/10.1080/00438243.2012.736274.
Wood, Stacy, Kathy Carbone, Marika Cifor, Anne Gilliland, and Ricardo Punzalan. 2014. “Mobilizing Records: Re-Framing Archival Description to Support Human Rights.” Archival Science 14 (3–4): 397–419. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10502-014-9233-1.
Ball, Patrick. 1994. “A Definition of Database Design Standards for Human Rights Agencies.” AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE.
“HRDAG.” n.d. HRDAG. Accessed February 5, 2019. http://hrdag.org/hrdag-25-years/.
Kim, E. Tammy. 2019. “The Passamaquoddy Reclaim Their Culture Through Digital Repatriation,” January 30, 2019. https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-passamaquoddy-reclaim-their-culture-through-digital-repatriation.
Billey, Amber, Emily Drabinski, and K. R. Roberto. 2014. “What’s Gender Got to Do with It? A Critique of RDA 9.7.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 52 (4): 412–21. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01639374.2014.882465.
“Repatriation | National Museum of the American Indian.” n.d. Accessed February 4, 2019. https://americanindian.si.edu/explore/collections/repatriation.
Lucas D. Introna, Helen Nissenbaum. 2000. “Shaping the Web: Why the Politics of Search Engines Matters.” The Information Society 16 (3): 169–85. https://doi.org/10.1080/01972240050133634.
Jackson, Steven J. 2014. “Rethinking Repair.” In Media Technologies, edited by Tarleton Gillespie, Pablo J. Boczkowski, and Kirsten A. Foot, 221–40. The MIT Press. https://doi.org/10.7551/mitpress/9780262525374.003.0011.
“How to Help Someone Use a Computer by Phil Agre – Librarian.Net.” n.d. Accessed February 1, 2019. https://www.librarian.net/stax/4965/how-to-help-someone-use-a-computer-by-phil-agre/.
Caswell, Michelle, and Joyce Gabiola. 2017. “‘Are You a Spy?’: Methodological Challenges to Studying Community Archives.” In Society of American Archivists Proceedings. Portland, Or.: Society of American Archivists. https://www2.archivists.org/sites/all/files/2017_SAAproceedings_GabiolaCaswell_revised.pdf.
“About DLF and the Organizers’ Toolkit - DLF Wiki.” n.d. Accessed January 22, 2019. https://wiki.diglib.org/About_DLF_and_the_Organizers%27_Toolkit.
“Training For Change | Movement and Capacity Building at the Grassroots.” n.d. Accessed January 22, 2019. https://www.trainingforchange.org/.
Krmpotich, Cara, and Alexander Somerville. 2016. “Affective Presence: The Metonymical Catalogue.” Museum Anthropology 39 (2): 178–91. https://doi.org/10.1111/muan.12123.
“The Sustainable Heritage Network.” n.d. Accessed October 8, 2018. https://sustainableheritagenetwork.org/.
Yeh, Thomas Yen-Ran, and Eugene T. Frosio. 1971. “The Treatment of the American Indian in the Library of Congress.” Library Resources and Technical Services 15 (2): 122–31. http://archive.org/details/lrtsv15no2.
Christen, Kimberly. 2011. “Opening Archives: Respectful Repatriation.” The American Archivist 74 (1): 185–210. http://hdl.handle.net/2376/5704.
“Indigitization Toolkit | Indigitization.” n.d. Accessed August 22, 2018. http://www.indigitization.ca/indigitization-toolkit/.
Swanson, Raegan. 2015. “Adapting the Brian Deer Classification System for Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 53 (5–6): 568–79. https://doi.org/10.1080/01639374.2015.1009669.
“UCLA Community Archives Lab – // Your Archive Story Matters.” n.d. Accessed October 15, 2018. https://communityarchiveslab.ucla.edu/.
“Sq’éwlets - A Stó:Lō-Coast Salish Community in the Fraser River Valley.” n.d. Accessed October 8, 2018. http://digitalsqewlets.ca/index-eng.php.
“Our Mission – Interference Archive.” n.d. Interference Archive. http://interferencearchive.org/our-mission/.
Voices of Amiskwaciy, and Edmonton Public Library. n.d. “Voices of Amiskwaciy: Sharing Stories from Indigenous Edmonton.” Voices of Amiskwaciy. Accessed October 11, 2018. https://voicesofamiskwaciy.ca/digital-heritage.
i-School. University of Wisconsin-Madison. 2015. “Tribal Libraries, Archives, and Museums Project.” Tribal Libraries, Archives, and Museums. 2017 2015. http://www.tlamproject.org/tlam-class/course-info/.
Gilliland, Anne J., and Sue McKemmish. 2014. “The Role of Participatory Archives in Furthering Human Rights, Reconciliation and Recovery” 24 (October). https://escholarship.org/uc/item/346521tf.
Sutherland, Tonia. 2017. “Archival Amnesty: In Search of Black American Transitional and Restorative Justice.” Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies 1 (2). http://libraryjuicepress.com/journals/index.php/jclis/article/view/42.
Dressler, Virginia. 2018. “Privacy Concerns & Ethical Decision-Making in Digital Collections.” In . Las Vegas, NV, USA: Digital Library Federation. https://doi.org/None.
Bahram, Sina, Susan Chun, and Anna Chiaretta Lavatelli. 2018. “Using Coyote to Describe the World.” In . Vancouver, Canada. https://mw18.mwconf.org/paper/using-coyote-to-describe-the-world/.
Aguilera, Jasmine. 2017. “Another Word for ‘Illegal Alien’ at the Library of Congress: Contentious.” New York Times, June 22, 2017. https://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/23/us/another-word-for-illegal-alien-at-the-library-of-congress-contentious.html.
Jones, Kyle M. L., and Chase McCoy. 2018. “Reconsidering Data in Learning Analytics: Opportunities for Critical Research Using a Documentation Studies Framework.” Learning, Media and Technology, December, 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1080/17439884.2018.1556216.
Alcalá, Janet Ceja, Mónica Colón-Aguirre, and Desiree Alaniz. 2018. “Immigrant Rights Advocacy as Records Literacy in Latinx Communities.” The Library Quarterly 88 (4): 332–47. https://doi.org/10.1086/699268.
Organization for Transformative Works. N.d. “What We Believe.” Organization for Transformative Works. N.d. http://www.transformativeworks.org/what_we_believe/.
“Artasiamerica - A Digital Archive for Asian / Asian American Contemporary Art History.” n.d. Accessed October 23, 2018. http://artasiamerica.org/.
Costanza-Chock, Sasha. 2018. “Design Justice: Towards an Intersectional Feminist Framework for Design Theory and Practice.” In Proceedings of the Design Research Society 2018. Limerick, Ireland. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3189696&download=yes.
Caswell, Michelle, and Bergis Jules. 2017. “Diversifying the Digital Historical Record.” http://diversifyingthedigital.org/index.html.
D’Ignazio, Catherine, and Rahul Barghava. n.d. “Data Culture Project.” DataBasic.Io. Accessed March 15, 2018. https://databasic.io/en/culture/.
Bjerknes, Gro, and Tone Bratteteig. 1995. “User Participation and Democracy: A Discussion of Scandinavian Research on System Development” 7: 27. https://aisel.aisnet.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1165&context=sjis.
QWRC (Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory)/CSÉC (Le Collaboratoire Scientifique de Écrits du Canada), Susan Brown, Joel Cummings, Colin Faulkner, Abigel Lemak, Kim Martin, Aliyya Mo, et al. n.d. “CWRC Ontology Specification - 0.99.6.” Accessed August 23, 2018. http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc-2018-02-22.html.
Black Metropolis Research Consortium, and University of Chicago. n.d. “Black Metropolis Research Consortium – A Resource for Black History in the Chicagoland Area.” Accessed October 16, 2018. http://bmrc.lib.uchicago.edu/.
Archivists and Archives of Color Section. n.d. “Archivists and Archives of Color Section.” Society of American Archivists. Accessed November 8, 2018. https://www2.archivists.org/groups/archivists-and-archives-of-color-section.
Falzetti, Ashley Glassburn. 2015. “Archival Absence: The Burden of History.” Settler Colonial Studies 5 (2): 128–44. https://doi.org/10.1080/2201473X.2014.957258.

Case Studies

Mukurtu Case Studies

Communities of practice

Local Contexts

Sustainable Heritage Network

Exemplary projects

Sq’éwlets – A Stó:lō-Coast Salish Community in the Fraser River Valley