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2014 Tribal Canoe Journey: Paddle to Bella Bella

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July 5–17, 2014
Learn and Serve Environmental Anthropology Field (LEAF) School
Edmonds Community College
Contact tmurphy@email.edcc.edu with questions.
Paddle to Bella Bella
Join local canoe families and the green team on the Paddle to Bella Bella, British Columbia for the 2014 Tribal Canoe Journey. You have the option of signing up for either half or the full journey. Students enrolling for half of the journey will earn five credits in the human ecology sequence and two credits in the archaeology sequence. Students enrolling for the full journey will earn ten credits in the human ecology sequence and two credits in archaeology sequence. Activities along the journey may include ethnobotany, wildlife tracking, museum visits, experimental archaeology, camp logistics, driving, composting on the Green Team barge, traditional food preparation, pulling in tribal canoes (when invited), observing protocol, riding in support boats and potlatch support.

The twelve credit option will meet from June 22 through July 17 and will travel with canoe families from Bellingham, WA to Bella Bella, British Columbia. A non-refundable study abroad fee of $1,040 is required in addition to regular tuition and fees.

The first seven credit option will meet from June 22 through July 4 and will travel with canoe families from Bellingham, WA to Brown's Bay, British Columbia. A non-refundable study abroad fee of $520 is required in addition to regular tuition and fees.

The second seven credit option will meet from July 5 through 17 and will travel with canoe families from Adam's River to Bella Bella, British Columbia. Wildlife tracker David Moskowitz will be joining this section as a guest instructor. A non-refundable study abroad fee of $520 is required in addition to regular tuition and fees.
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