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A Hard Road to Travel: Land, Forests and People in the Upper Athabasca Region

A sweeping story of the region, peppered with fascinating anecdotes and historical photographs.

People have co-existed with the land in the upper Athabasca for the last 10,000 years. The authors trace the changing relationships between people and forests as humans first travelled through the area, then stayed to struggle, survive, and eventually flourish—first despite the forest, then in harmony with it.

Hardcover copies are available for purchase by contacting fRI Research.

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