PFN MEETING NOTICE UPDATED JANUARY 12 2015 JANUARY TO MARCH
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Cedar bark collection and weaving is a traditional art form of the Pacheedaht First Nation.
This hand-crafted rose is a fine example of the level of expertise that is still demonstrated today.
This hand woven hat is an example of the traditional shape of a Pacheedaht Chief's hat.
These hats functioned as important status symbols.
For Generations the Pacheedaht First Nation have passed down traditional methods of harvesting and using the local plant life for everything from weaving to food preparation.
The Pacheedaht First Nation have the low down on local seafood. From shellfish gathering to fishing they know the best places to go and the right time to visit!