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Medicine of the Cedar Update


Carver Luke Marston makes the final cut to our enormous cedar log that will eventually become Kw'umut Lelums new Tribal Journey canoe.

Those taking part in our Slhexun’s tthu Xpey’ (Medicine of the Cedar) program are honing their carving skills on model canoes and miniature paddles and will begin work on a full-sized paddle in January. Carving of the sea-going canoe will begin in the spring.


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