Our fall 2018 Conference is set for beautiful British Columbia, September 21-23. To register and learn more about the fall Conference simply click on the Register button on the IITIO website. http://www.iitio.org
Here is a sample of our Oklahoma Tribal Business Bus Tour with University of Oklahoma, College of Law Professor, entertaining us with an enthralling Indigenous history lesson of the Oklahoma territory as we journey on our Tribal Tour Bus through various Indigenous territories of Oklahoma:
Chartered Bus Excursion leaves downtown Vancouver and follows the route of the Salmon from the Pacific Ocean up the mighty Fraser River, stopping at spectacular Hell’s Gate. Then onward following the Salmon up into the majestic Thompson River, into the peaceful Adams River watershed, home of the Secwepemc Salmon streams that are managed by the Secwepemc Fisheries Commission, and operated by Indigenous harvesting businesses like RiverFresh, where our tour will meet with Secwepemc Chiefs, Elders, Dignitaries and local Indigenous businesses.
The Secwepemc people consider themselves as much a part of their landscape as the other species they share it with. Over countless generations they have established expertise in harvesting indigenous foods and medicines. Riverfresh embraces the ways of the ancestors while celebrating the seasons of change. They are preserving traditions from the past while embracing modern methods to continue the cultural traditions and support for the community.
If you are a restaurant, wholesaler, distributor, or importer, and are interested in carrying our retort, canned or fresh-frozen wild seafood products please contact us or email RiverFresh at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on RiverFresh, a successful Indigenous raising and harvesting freshwater and saltwater fish clink on the link https://riverfresh.ca/ or speak directly with a sales associate at RiverFresh by phoning 778-471-8225.