Indigenous communities in N.B. say climate change is threatening their way of life

Cecelia Brooks remembers a time when the deep forest of New Brunswick was so cold, snow could still be found in its depths in August. 

That rarely happens anymore, says Brooks, a traditional knowledge keeper with Wolastoqey, Mi’kmaw, Mohawk and Korean bloodlines who has been foraging and harvesting foods and medicines all of her life.

These days, Brooks says, plants like the mayflower will come up, “you’ll see the buds … then all of a sudden they get hit by that heat and it shrivels.”  Full story here.

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