West Coast Trail Stewardship - Nuu-chah-nulth means “all along the mountains and the sea” and it also describes the geography of the West Coast Trail, a rugged 75 km trail that attracts 6,000 international hikers each year. Since 1994, three Nuu-chah-nulth communities have shared the management and maintenance of the trail with Parks Canada.
West Coast Trail Stewardship - In Port Renfrew at the southern trailhead, Art meets Pacheedaht Chief Marvin McClurg, who explains how the partnership works with Parks Canada. Art gets tips from four young West coast Trail guardians on what not to take on this extreme hike.
UN Climate Change Conference - Travek to Copenhagen Denmark to talk with Indigenous activists trying to bring attention to the environmental issues affecting the Planet.