“In northern British Columbia, three of the province’s greatest salmon-bearing rivers are formed in the subalpine basin known as the Sacred Headwaters. The land has one of the largest intact predator-prey systems in North America, earning it the nickname, ‘Serengeti of the North,’ and is the traditional territory of the Tahltan First Nation.”
This beautiful and essential region of BC is under serious threat of being decimated. Photographer Paul Colangelo and writer Amanda Follett want to put a stop to that. They are building a documentary project that aims to raise awareness of the land and the conflict surrounding it.
View the project and some amazing photos at sacredheadwatersjourney.com.
Featured on Patagonia’s website.
Via Adam Schelle.