RADIO & PODCASTS
2019 CBC Radio “Quirks & Quarks” Interview with Bob McDonald, March 9, 2019 & August 2019
2019 “Science for the People” Podcast “Happy as a Clam (Garden)”, May 10, 2019
2019 CBC Radio “All Points West” Interview with Robyn Burns, March 1, 2019
2015 CBC Radio “On the Coast” Interview with Stephen Quinn, May 11, 2015 (30:05 minute mark)
2015 CBC Radio “All Points West” Interview with Robyn Burns, May 11, 2015
TV / FILM
2019 Global National TV BC researchers discover 3500 year old clam garden. Aired March 10, 2019.
2017 Chek TV Archaeology team works with local First Nations to determine age, depth of ancient clam gardens on Vancouver Island. Aired June 29, 2017.
2017 Découverte, Radio Canada (CBC), Sur les traces des premiers Canadiens (The First Canadians), French version aired March 26, 2017. Behind screen contributor for this production. Filming took place September 14-15, 2016.
2016 Découverte, Radio Canada (CBC), Jardins de Coquillages (Clam Gardens), Aired November 6, 2016. On-screen contributor for this production. Filming took place September 14-15, 2016. https://ici.tou.tv/decouverte/S29E09?lectureauto=1 (33:12 minute mark)
2016 BBC Four Masters of the Pacific Coast: The Tribes of the American Northwest, Episode 1. Premiered in the UK in August 2016. On-screen contributor for this production. Filming took place October 8, 2015.
2016 ‘Coastal Field Archaeology, Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre, JUL/AUG 2015’ by Ian Sellers. Features archaeological course taught by N. Smith and I. McKechnie in 2015.
2015 Parks Canada ‘Restoring a Coast Salish Clam Garden – Gulf Islands National Park Reserve’. On-screen contributor July 16, 2015
2015 Parks Canada ‘Clam Gardens – Learning Together – Gulf Islands National Park Reserve’ Appears in a educational video, July 7, 2015
2015 Global TV BC1 Prime Interview with Aaron McArthur (recording available on request) about clam garden research. May 11, 2015.
2014 Royal Roads University ‘Learning by the Sea: Place-based Learning on a Clam Garden’ Appears in film production, July 31, 2014
2014 Greencoast Media Quadra Clam Gardens Timelapse, March 19, 2014.
2013 The archaeological field course ‘Coastal Field Archaeology’ at the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre, was featured on the Huu-ay-aht First Nations’ blog and a student produced documentary was posted on the Huu-ay-aht YouTube channel.
2019 Hakai Magazine: Clam digging through 3,500 years of Indigenous history
2019 Hakai Media: Clam gardens: filling in the gaps
2019 Vancouver Sun and The Province: First Nations clam gardens at least 3,500 years old, B.C. study finds
2019 Spanish scientific news agency SINC (www.agenciasinc.es), based in Madrid: La maricultura se practica desde hace al menos 3.500 años
2019 Heritage Daily: Northwest Coast clam gardens nearly 2,000 years older than previously thought
2019 Globe and Mail: Researchers uncover evidence of Indigenous aquaculture 3,500 years ago
2019 SitNews: Ketchican Alaska 3,500 years of shellfish farming by Indigenous peoples on the northwest coast
2019 Archaeology Magazine New dates for shellfish garden in British Columbia
2019 First Nations Drum Researchers offer new guidelines and criteria for accurate dating of ancient clam gardens
2019 Salish Sea Sentinel Magazine
2017 Canadian Geographic ‘School of Tides’ by Ryan Stuart, September/October 2017.
2017 Times Colonist ‘Uncovering ancient secrets in a First Nations clam garden’ by Sarah Petrescu, July 2nd, 2017.
2016 Hakai Institute ‘The Great Walls of Quadra’ by Keith Holmes, August, 2016
2016 Vancouver Sun. ‘BC First Nations work to restore ancient seafood farms’ by Randy Shore, March, 2016
2016 Haida Laas, Council Haida Nation ‘Hammer Stones, Cedar Baskets, and Intertidal Pathways’ by Graham Richard, January 29, 2016.
2015 Hakai Media ‘Clam Gardens Are Cultivating a New Look at Ancient Land Use’ by Jimmy Thomson, October 5, 2015.
2015 The Starfish ‘Social Networks and the Clam Garden Network’ by Melanie Ang, February 23, 2015
2012 Boulevard Magazine ‘Intertidal Secrets: Will We Unearth Them In Time?’ 3-Page article by Rick Gibbs (photographs by Alexander Mackie), September Issue.