SNIDCEL Education Resources

Blue Grouse

This is a resource ebook for SṈIDȻEȽ interns and educators.
These links are intended to make materials more inclusive and accessible and expanded upon in the future.

Education Resources:
You can find an editable, adaptive version of the Community Mapping Game here, which features the option to translate it into any language, included local indigenous languages. 

Here is a step by step guide to creating an interactive PDF so that future documents can be made more inclusive.
Step 1, Step 2

Here is an booklet that can be printed used with youth as they explore SṈIDȻEȽ, it gives them the ability to create their own relationships and stories with the native species. 

These SENĆOŦEN plant ID stickers, based on the plant knowledge cards, can be used to help people learn about native plant species as well as assist with language learning.

Here is a PDF of all the Plant Species Cards for the Pacific Northwest that includes local indigenous names as well.
Book 1 Book 2, Book 3, Book 4, Book 5, Book 6, Book 7, Book 8, Book 9

low resolution SNIDCEL aerial photo base mapSṈIDȻEȽ Resources: Base Maps, Development Proposals
Here you can find a historic map produced by David Gray of C. 

Here you can find the Tod Creek Development Proposal maps for reference. Also a 12-page report on 'new plans for the area' from November 1975.

Explore a YouVisit virtual tour of SṈIDȻEȽ.

Here's an interactive restoration trail guide of SṈIDȻEȽ created by Wendy Anthony.

A draft brochure and map about SṈIDȻEȽ can be downloaded here:
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