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ONLINE EXPERIENCE

Indigenous Talking Trees Virtual Tour

Online experience hosted by Candace

60 minsHosted in English
Join online
Meet your host live on Zoom.
Up to 10 people
Private groups available for up to 30.

What you'll do

Thank you Zoom for allowing us to share the very best of nature, our pristine west coast forests. Indigenous people have lived sustainably in harmony with the land from time immemorial. On this virtual tour, an Indigenous guides will proudly share and highlight the rich forests here in British Columbia, while sharing our cultural stories and foraging practices of the plants and trees. Over 133 species are harvested by our people for food, medicine, technology.
Our foods and medicines include blackberry, huckleberry, wild rose hip and flower, wild crab apple, the liquorice fern root and devils club to name a few. Learn the stories and Indigenous uses of red and yellow cedar, western hemlock, broadleaf maple, alder and the mighty douglas fir tree. Included will be the cultural protocols that supported an ecological intact society.
15 minutes will be provided at the end of this signature tour for the guests to ask your guide questions and discuss your interests. If you feel more comfortable asking your questions in private, you can contact us via the Air BnB App and we will follow up with you. Advance questions are great. Our Airbnb Community is a community to be proud of. We thank you for your respectful conversation and questions and we thank you.
Candace
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Thank you Zoom for allowing us to share the very best of nature, our pristine west coast forests. Indigenous people have lived sustainably in harmony with the land from time immemorial. On this virtual tour, an Indigenous guides will proudly share and highlight the rich forests here in British Columbia, while sharing our cultural stories and foraging practices of the plants and trees. Over 133 species are harvested by our people for food, med…

How to participate

  • Join a video call
    Use Zoom to participate on your desktop or mobile device. After you book you’ll receive an email with a link and details on how to join.
  • Book a private group
    Candace can host private groups of any size, up to 30 guests. Private group rates start at $428.

What to bring

  • Computer with high speed internet
  • Zoom App

Meet your host, Candace

Host on Airbnb since 2017
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Your Guide:
Candace is a Shishalh-Coast Salish Indigenous member, teacher, anthropologist, outdoor guide and artist. She lives on the North Shore of Vancouver, British Columbia, with her family. Candace works in the outdoors and when she has spare time, she plays in the outdoors or in her art studio. When sharing experiences with guest, Candace wants to explore areas and interests that are important to them.
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Cancellation policy

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Government ID

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Guest requirements

You’ll need an internet connection and the ability to stream audio and video to participate. A link and details on how to join will be included in your booking confirmation email.

Alcohol

This experience includes alcohol. Only guests who meet the legal drinking age will be served alcoholic beverages.