Chuntoh means forest in Dakelh.
Our education programs emphasize the bridging and complementary aspects of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge (IEK) and natural resource management (NRM) practices.
TO OUR FUNDING PARTNERS:
Saying thank you in Dakelh is complicated. Musi (thanks) or musicho (big thanks), are loans from the French merci. When a more formal expression of deep gratitude is needed...
Nenachalhya: we (two or more) thank you (two or more)