Sacred Cedar: The Cultural and Archaeological Significance of Culturally Modified Trees cover

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Ancient culturally modified trees (CMTs) are archaeological testaments to aboriginal logging practices and forest use. Found primarily in old-growth cedar stands along the coast of British Columbia, these trees have great cultural, spiritual, and anthropological importance. Arnoud Stryd and Vicki Feddema point out that protecting these treasures has and will change modern forestry practices.