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Wild Salmon Caravan Vancouver, October 7, 2017

Rainbow Parade up Commercial Drive to feast at Trout Lake — spinning on the back of the bike, salmon leather hanging in the Weaving Wagon; and good conversations with friends new and old the whole way. 12 more words

Flax To Linen

Land & Sea Weaving Conversation Circle at Britannia

Delicious nibbles by Sharon & David, thigh-spinning nettle with me, and fishing stories with Rosemary & Woody in the Mezzanine at Britannia Rink.
Some of us were experienced with rope and spindle, so already understood the mechanics of making twine; for others it was completely new. 156 more words

Flax To Linen

Salmon Leather Community Learning Circle

Super keen participants made our Community Learning Circle at Skipper Otto’s a pleasure to lead. Some of them weren’t even there to get hands-on; just to find out what it’s all about and ask good questions. 66 more words


Walk for Reconciliation

Thank you everyone for being a part of the day on September 24.
What a time!
It was such pleasure to have our team representing EartHand and our Land & Sea project … there were so many good conversations over the course of the afternoon, so many people were touched by what we are up to. 133 more words


Land & Sea Conversation Circle at the World Environmental Education Congress

This September we had the opportunity to be presenters at the World Environmental Education Congress in Vancouver, BC. The lineup of plenary speakers was illustrious, including some of the most famous names associated with environmental issues, education and philosophy in Canada and beyond: Jeanette Armstrong, Wade Davis, David Suzuki, Tara Cullis, and Elizabeth May, among others. 859 more words

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Salmon Leather

Making leather from fish skins has been done in cultures all over the world, from Asia to Europe to Turtle Island; it was done commercially in Europe and North America during hard times in the early 20th Century, and is now practiced by small tanneries in Europe and Australia serving the artisanal and luxury goods markets. 356 more words