Throughout the year, we grow, gather, and craft thousands of herbal remedies by creating collaborations with Coastal Salish communities and ally organizations. These medicines are then offered as part of a free, decolonized herbal and Indigenous healing space for the largest gathering of Coastal Salish communities in the Pacific Northwest, the Intertribal Canoe Journey. We believe that access to traditional medicine, ancestral connection, and health sovereignty are integral to healing personal and collective wounds of trauma and colonization. During canoe journey volunteers provide services including herbal first aid, trauma care, foot baths for Elders, and support for ongoing chronic issues. Our team of dedicated volunteers, including indigenous healers, as well as allied support crew, provide care late into the night during each day of journey.
● Personalized Herbal Medicine Consults & Treatments ● First – Aid Care ● Footbaths ● Acu-detox Treatments ● Traditional Indigenous Healing Services ● Midwifery Services ● Pre-made Remedies for Acute Conditions ● Herbal Teas ● Educational Workshops