The Tundra Speaks Society is an incorporated non-profit society (BC) formed to inform the public on the very important role the wolf plays as the Keeper of the Balance, in maintaining healthy, intact ecosystems.
In addition, the Society promotes how Indigenous peoples through their laws became great stewards and guardians of the environment.
Directors of the Society will conduct presentations to schools, community groups and small groups, based on our principles:
- In the spirit of Reconciliation, the Society strives to increase the awareness to the public of the value of Indigenous laws in sustaining and protecting our ecosystems;
- To document, record, archive and make available to the public a collection of materials relating the wolf to a variety of cultures and histories;
- To promote the appreciation of wolves in our environment.
Here are the presenters for these events:
Randolph Fred – a member of the Tseshaht First Nation (Port Alberni) part of the Nuu-chah-nulth Nation, although totally blind, spent most of his life working in communications. He founded Theytus Books Ltd., Canada’s first aboriginal-owned and operated First Nations commercial book publishing company, which is still actively publishing books in Penticton, BC. He founded other media ventures and still writes a column for GEIST Magazine.
Gary R. Allan – has been conducting wolf education for the past 12 years to schools, community groups and many First Nations schools and organizations. The Wolfman owns and operates the SWELL Wolf Education Centre.
Tundra – A very high content wolfdog (90% wolf), Tundra has engaged audiences for the past 11 years. She has interacted with more than 35,000 students, teachers, and adults from the 200+ schools we have attended. In addition Tundra has educated many more people in community meetings. All are in awe of how beautiful and important wolves are.