Tofino Ambassador Program - Nuu-chah-nulth Landscape - July 6

This three-hour session, taught by Gisele Martin, is an introduction to Nuu-chah-nulth homelands, culture, and language. Learn about local history, cross cultural understanding, Nuu-chah-nulth language, and cultural world view.


July 06 - 06, 2017


Raincoast Education Society


Gisele Martin


PO Box 815
Tofino, BC


This course is part of the Tofino Ambassador Program (TAP) - a free educational program for residents that aims to build a strong and healthy community, encouraging a positive attitude among responsible citizens, improving community relations with visitors, and growing support for the diversity and well-being of area businesses.

Four courses are offered including an Introductory Course, Marine Ecology, Rainforest Ecology and Nuu-chah-nulth Landscape.

Participants of the Ambassador course will receive an Ambassador Card. Show your card for discounts and benefits at many local businesses!

This free program is offered as a joint initiative of the Raincoast Education Society, the Tofino-Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, the District of Tofino, and Tourism Tofino. The Raincoast Education Society is responsible for course curriculum, registration, and program delivery.


Small Town, Big Picture is a suggested prerequisite for this course.

How to register:

To register please email.