Nancy Turner, Hakai Chair in Ethnoecology new book

June 9, 2014 - The availability of the western red cedar, iconic of the BC coast, benefited social groups in the early days of human habitation on this coast.  In the latest Focus magazine, freelance writer Amy Reiswig interviewed Nancy Turner about studies of botany and anthropology integrated with geography, ecology and linguistics. In Turner's new book, she explores Indigenous wisdom and the integration of further fields of study.  Focus (PDF; pp. 40-41)