In Saanich Ethnobotany, Nancy Turner and Richard Hebda describe the land and vegetation of WÌ±SÁNEÄ† (Saanich), examine the “many interrelationships between people and plants” (11), and explore the traditional ecological knowledge that allowed local First...
BC Studies no. 179 Autumn 2013 | Page(s) 214-215
Ancient Pathways, Ancestral Knowledge: Ethnobotany and Ecological Wisdom of Indigenous Peoples of Northwestern North America
Nancy Turner’s new work Ancient Pathways, Ancestral Knowledge is undoubtedly her magnum opus. It is a thing of great scope, beauty, eloquence, and cohesion. Yet perhaps its greatest attribute, like all of Turner’s work, is...
BC Studies no. 188 Winter 2015-2016 | Page(s) 111-13
Anniversary Issue Reflections – Through the Lens of the Land: Reflections from Archaeology, Ethnoecology, and Environmental Science on Collaborations with First Nations, 1970s to the Present
BC Studies no. 200 Winter 2019 – 50th Anniversary | Page(s) 141-160