Immerse yourself in the rich and amazing Gitxsan culture and history, while learning about the traditional usages of plants, including the tree of life, cedar weaving, and other traditional activities, such as the preparation of smoked salmon.
The People of the Skeena Field School will take place in the Terrace area where you will visit the Gitxsan Eagle Clan’s fishing site of Guxts’eliksit. At this Language Preservation and Culture Camp, students will be hosted by Skaỳan (Anita Davis), Hereditary Chief/Matriarch, and other Eagle Chiefs/Elders.
Course | 3 credits
FNST 110 - Ethnobotany: Plants & First People
| Field trip fee
|| Field trip fee
| FNST 110
|| FNST 110
| Student Union fees
|| Student Union Fees
Fees effective for the 2022/23 academic year.
Non-refundable deposit due at registration: $200.00
Full tuition is due by April 17, 2023