The Trees All Changed to Wood: Remembering Rayrock Uranium Mine

Tłı̨chǫ Traditional Knowledge Reports: Series 2
Release Date: 
December, 2015
The overall objective of the Rayrock project is to show that people who actively harvest renewable resources in an area are the best people to monitor changes to the environment in that area. They know the land and its interrelated parts. They understand the behaviour  and physical makeup of the wildlife that inhabit the area. Report prepared by Dogrib Renewable Resources Committee, Dogrib Treaty 11 Council for the Arctic Environmental Strategy, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development

March 1997

Research team:
  • Allice Legat, Principle Investigator
  • Joan Ryan, Assistant Analyst
  • Sally Ann Zoe, Researcher
  • Marie Adele Rabesca, Researcher
  • Madeleine Chocolate, Translator
December 2015: re‐published by Tłı̨chǫ Knowledge Research and Monitoring Program, with spelling updates for Tłı̨chǫ (Dogrib) terms

ISBN: 978‐1‐896790‐52‐7