We’re always interested in learning more about the bigger picture of the Geopark, how different facets relate to each other and how to go deeper on a topic if you wish. And we hope visitors are, too. Here you’ll find several relevant topics to dig into, and, if you’re an educator, an evolving set of resources to help bring the Geopark—both its geology and relationship to humans—to your students.
Geosites of the Aspiring Geopark lie wholly within the unceded traditional territories of the Líl̓wat Nation and the Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh Nation. The nations have lived in—and shared parts of—these territories since time immemorial, with many landscape features and geological events woven into their cultural and oral histories. We are grateful for, and committed to, the opportunity to learn and share these perspectives of the land alongside its original stewards.
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