In late summer wild berries, here Saskatoons, are gathered as a stock for the winter. (Albina Fournier, Child Lake, 2005)
(Ernest Kipling, Two Lakes, 2005)
(Two Lakes, 2005)
Hunting and trapping is still practiced today, usually by men. The further processing of the catch is done by women …
(Madeline Habitant, Child Lake, 2004)
(Madeline Habitant, Child Lake, 2006)
… like the tanning of the hide, drying the meat and making moccassins.