The Wood Bison once dominated the western
plains. It was a critical source of food and materials
for First Nations communities that virtually
collapsed when over-hunting by Europeans
decimated bison populations. Conservation efforts
have begun to re-establish bison populations, but
they remain far below their former million-mark.
Express your passion for the Canadian wilderness—treasures to cherish and preserve.
Celebrated First Nation’s artist Corrine Hunt has brought her distinctive vision of traditional Kwakwaka’wakw and Tlingit forms to create these special-edition collectibles. Every design is visual poetry that gives the time-honoured traditions of conservation and respect a contemporary voice with powerful lines and well-honed economy in composition.
2011 is the International Year of Forests—a time to reflect on the significant role the wilderness plays in reducing global warming and preserving the earth’s environmental balance.