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By Contributed – Comox Valley Record
Published: June 02, 2011 4:00 PM
Updated: June 02, 2011 4:25 PM
Photo: David Horgen

A local scientist, who has made one of the most significant archeological finds in North America, is preparing to publish her findings.
Archeologist Nancy Greene and geologist David McGee have proved that the Courtenay River Estuary possesses the remains of thousands of wooden stakes, which suggest that civilization occupying this area had an extensive fishery using wood-stake fish trap systems.
They have evidence of two distinct intertidal wood-stake …

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By Contributed – Comox Valley RecordPublished: June 02, 2011 4:00 PMUpdated: June 02, 2011 4:25 PMPhoto: David Horgen. Keeping It Living» Scene on the Estuary.


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Estuary” by Ann JohnstoneSplendid hand, salt/sweet splayedCountless fingers at low tide.Life wiggles, flips, scuttles, soars,Hiding, flaunting, sedge, silt, stonePerfect proportionAll….SustainedHow’s that for infrastructure. We cut off your thumb to build a road.It still pulsates on the other sideWith shared stuff, memory, purpose.We didn’t know better then.That thumb – do we mutilate it moreOr consider future health?Do we know better now.