Win a trip of a lifetime
to Nawalakw in Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw territory.

We believe transformative experiences in nature foster stewardship to protect ecosystems we all depend on. Authentic Indigenous tourism experiences offer ways to learn about Indigenous cultures, people, land and wildlife.

Nawalakw is a social venture and eco-tourism lodge that also delivers traditional healing, language and culture programs and is located on the Hada River estuary in the Great Bear Rainforest. By following the partners and being part of this fundraiser you will be entered to win a life changing and immersive experience.

Open to residents of the US and Canada. Contest closes December 10th, 2021, 11:59PM PST


What's Included:

  • 2-night all-inclusive stay for four at Nawalakw lodge.
  • Guided tour with Musgamagw traditional leader K’odi Nelson (Maxwiyalidzi)
  • Come safely face-to-face local wildlife.
  • Understand Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw protocols, perspectives on the natural environment and world views.
  • Return airfaire to Nawalakw from Vancouver or Victoria BC.
  • Four head-to-toe ecologyst outfits for your trip. Including limited edition Rande Cook x ecologyst ‘Ecology Today’ printed tees.
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Rande Cook

Rande is a world renowned and prolific creator of art. You can learn more about him and his art via RandeCook.ca. His art can be purchased from his own gallery - Leaf Modern.

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Sierra Club BC

Sierra Club BC have been working closely with Rande on the Tree of Life project. Direct donations to this fundraiser that require a charitable receipt can be administered by Sierra Club BC.

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Ma'amtagila Nation

The Ma’amtagila are part of the Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw from the West Coast of what is now known as Canada. Their traditional territory lies between Vancouver Island & the BC Mainland.

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Nawalakw

Nawalkw is a wellspring of inclusive healing, learning and renewal located next to the hada river estuary. A unique and beautiful example of sustainable Indigenous enterprise.

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