Voices from the Bay 1998

Released in 1998, Voices from the Bay was one of the first surveys to combine traditional ecological knowledge and science to present an overview of the Hudson Bay Bioregion. Inuit and Cree elders shaped the tone and sentiment of the book; it’s relevance today is uncanny as it indicates changes in the Arctic already apparent from development and climate change. Currently CARC is working with the Hudson Bay Consortium in investigating the possibilities of a Voices from the Bay II.

Please feel free to download a pdf. of Voices from the Bay  It is a very large file and may not work depending on your speed. We are at busy creating a compressed version that will be easier to download.

If you are an educator please contact us and let us know how you plan to use Voices in your curriculum, we are undergoing a study to better connect students with this important book.

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