Tetl’it Gwich’in Welcome 37 Paddlers from Three Rivers Journey and Send Strong Message on Importance of Peel Watershed

Peel River, Yukon – With gun salutes and a chorus of cheers, members of the Tetl'it Gwich'in welcomed paddlers from the Three Rivers Journey on August 7 as they arrived on the remote banks of the Peel River in northern Yukon. Participants in the gathering feasted on fresh moose meat and grayling, then heard forceful messages from members of the First Nation on the importance of protecting the lands and waters of the Peel watershed.
http://www.cpaws.org/boreal-rendezvous/news/three-rivers-2003-0812.html

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