Discover54 degrees North: Climate Chronicles of the Bulkley Valley5. Uprooted: Climate impacts to forests and their role in mitigation
5. Uprooted: Climate impacts to forests and their role in mitigation

5. Uprooted: Climate impacts to forests and their role in mitigation

Update: 2019-11-20
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In this episode of 54 degrees North, we hear how forests around the Bulkley Valley have been impacted by pathogens and droughts (bugs and wildfires are in another episode), and stories on how these changes are affecting the people and ecology. We also hear how trees suck, in a good way.

Interviews with Chief Namoks (John Ridsdale), Will MacKenzie, Alex Woods, Richard Wright, Alana Clason, and Jim Pojar. 

Music thanks to the locally talented Los Gringos Salvajes and Rachelle van Zanten

This episode was recorded on unceded Witsuwit’en territory between August and October 2019 and is produced by Nikki Skuce (@nikkiskuce) and edited with the help of Pam Haasen (@hampaasen). Contact us at 54DegreesNorthPodcast@gmail.com. 

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5. Uprooted: Climate impacts to forests and their role in mitigation

5. Uprooted: Climate impacts to forests and their role in mitigation

Nikki Skuce