RECLAIMING THE LANDSCAPE – Emmie Fairclough (right), the manager of lands, resources and heritage for the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council, speaks Tuesday afternoon about the reclamation of the old Range Road dump on McIntyre Creek, at the unveiling of interprative signs at the site. Considerable waste has been removed from the area, which used to be a fish camp for First Nations. On the left are Ben Snow and Grand Chief Ruth Massie of the Council of Yukon First Nations.
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