About this presentation
Ts’msyen and Coast Salish people have a long history of managing and stewarding the lived landscape. Dr. Armstrong will combine archaeological evidence with rich, community-based history to showcase Indigenous Forest Gardens: relict ecosystems of managed fruit and nut trees and herbaceous root foods that continue to grow at archaeological village sites today.
About Chelsey Geralda Armstrong (PHD)
Dr. Armstrong is a historical ecologist and archaeologist specializing in ancient human land-use in the Pacific Northwest. She is assistant professor in Indigenous Studies at Simon Fraser University and director of the Historical and Ethnoecological Research Lab.
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