Hozomeen Video: A story about chert, identity, and landscape, 2010

Hozomeen chert is a locally abundant and distinctive tool stone found exclusively in the northern Cascade range of Washington and British Columbia. Over the last two decades, archeologist Bob Mierendorf has studied quarries near today's Ross Lake reservoir that reveal a 10,000 year long record of indigenous involvement with this rugged, high-mountain landscape.

Hozomeen: A story about chert, identity, and landscape, 2010

Produced by: Benjamin Drummond and Sara Joy Steele, bdsjs.com

Hozomeen: A story about chert, identity, and landscape from North Cascades National Park on Vimeo.

Categories: Education, Watershed Integrity, First Nations / Tribes, History