Nahanni Reforestation Book
A book of Kodachrome slide photographs, stories and journals by my father, Daniel James, documenting our family, and daily life during the 10 years he ran his company, Nahanni Reforestation, in the very remote wilderness of British Columbia, Canada. 1973-1986.
I was born in a treeplanting camp 11 miles up the Kingcome River on a sand bar in a teepee. It was the second year my parents worked planting trees together, reforesting clearcut areas around BC left by the logging industry. They were 19 and 20 when I was born, and I tagged along as we spent much of the next decade traveling around in old trucks and campers, living in tents and sleeping bags, cook shacks and saunas, with a crew of family and friends while reforesting large parts of the west coast, central and northern BC. Over those years dad and his company planted about 20 million trees.
Photos by Daniel James, edited by Nahanni Arntzen
8x12 , 127 pages, hardcover.
Printed in the USA