Keepers of the Coast from Aaron Heidt on Vimeo.
Keepers of the Coast takes a close look at how the Kitasoo/Xai'Xais, Heiltsuk, Nuxalk, and Wuikinuxv Nations are stewarding our marine territories.
Using a combination of traditional knowledge and science, the nations are committed to upholding their indigenous laws and stewarding these marine resources in a manner that sustains their cultures and ensures intact ecosystems, healthy communities and local sustainable economies, now and into the future.
Cast: Aaron Heidt and Twyla Roscovich
Tags: central coast, indigenous, resource, alliance, first nations, british columbia, ccira and twyla roscovich
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Central Coast Indigenous Resource Alliance2790 Vargo Rd., Campbell River, BC V9W 4X1 email: email@example.com
Photo Credit: Doug Neasloss
CoastCast.ca is a new online video series produced to educate the public about the ecology, people, stories and issues of the BC coast.http://www.coastcast.ca/
Twyla RoscovichTwyla Roscovich is an independent BC documentary filmmaker and underwater cinematographer who lives & works aboard her sailboat part-time making marine ecology films on the coast. She has worked as a director and cinematographer for the BBC Natural History Unit, A&E, and Discovery Channel. She now writes, shoots, edits and narrates her own productions which can be viewed HERE.
Paul RossPaul Ross is a skipper, outdoorsman, and diver with an abiding passion for cultures, the environment, and social justice. He has traveled extensively worldwide and is fluent in Spanish & French. He has worked as a skipper/guide for research crews, film crews and dive/sail expeditions in Guatemala, Belize, Honduras and British Columbia. Paul has over 20,000 nautical miles logged as a skipper.
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