Conservation, NGOs, and First Nations Communities in British Columbia


The ANTH 4101 students will soon be revealing their findings for the course work they did concerning Indigenous Peoples and NGOs.

Content will begin to be posted within the coming weeks!


Photo Update

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On December 3rd, anth 3501 got together with Rose Charities Canada and created an event for all the branches of Rose Charities and the other two charities we’ve been working with (Global Agents for Change and the Richmond Nature Park … Continue reading


The End is Only Ever Really a Beginning.

So here it is, the end of the semester. it seems like only a short while ago this blog was being started and new exciting ideas were being created. I’ve learned so much this semester , the most surprising thing … Continue reading


The Last Word…

So, who gets the last word in a university course?  The professor! It is rare that we actually get to witness how hard a university professor works at building a course.  Larissa Petrillo has built a course in front of … Continue reading


Rose Charities and ANTH 3501

Pasted below is my very first blog as one of the ANTH 3501 class bloggers this semester.  It is still on the Rose Charities website ( )  It has been so much fun doing the interviews and putting these … Continue reading


Creating Discussion

Recently for one of our exams our class was given the task of createing questions to be posed to the charities projects leaders that we’ve been working with. These are some of the answers that stood out among the answers. What are … Continue reading