Story Island dedicated

Dedication held as part of Speak to the Wild - a Wells Gray World Heritage Year event

Poet, typographer and author Robert Bringhurst acts as master-of-ceremonies during a dedication held Thursday evening, Sept. 5. He is a resident of Quadra Island.

Ted ChamberlinLeft: Ted Chamberlin, author of “If This is Your Land, Where are Your Stories?” takes part in the dedication of Story Island on Thursday evening, Sept. 5. A professor at University of Toronto, he has a special interest in Aboriginal and Caribbean literature and storytelling.

Photo by Eskild Peterson






Left: Story Island shows up as a bare spot in an aerial photo taken of Trevor Goward’s Upper Clearwater home, Edgewood Blue, several weeks ago. The site was officially dedicated on Thursday as part of Speak to the Wild – a Wells Gray World Heritage Year event

Photo by Fritz Schaer – Wells Gray Air

aerial view




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