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Published on Jul 20, 2015
"People of the Salish Sea" is an excerpt from the feature non-fiction film and media project called Clearwater. Supported by the Suquamish, Snoqualmie, Lummi, Muckleshoot and Squaxin Island tribes, this story explores the inherent relationship between the Coast Salish people and the waters of the Pacific Northwest. Join us as we move from the "place of clear salt water" to the shores of Bella Bella, British Columbia, during the 2014 Canoe Journey. It is in these waters and the adjacent shores—past, present and future—that the Coast Salish people live on the lands of their ancestors and great-great grandchildren.
Produced by Tracy Rector Cinematography by Daniel Mimura, Laura James, and Lou Karsen Field Support by Lydia Sigo, Joe Seymour, Melissa Woodrow and Rose Stiffarm Original songs by the Suquamish Canoe Family and Kate Ahvakana Composition by BC Campbell Edited by Jacob Bearchum