Book - Nahanni Reforestation
A book of photographs, stories and journals by my father, Daniel James, documenting life during the 10 years he ran his company, Nahanni Reforestation, planting trees with our family and friends during my childhood in the wilderness of British Columbia, Canada. 1973-1986
I was born in camp in Kingcome Inlet, and for a decade we traveled around in old trucks and campers, lived in tents, sleeping bags, cook shacks and makeshift saunas, while reforesting large parts of clearcut forest for months at a time, in some of the most remote parts of British Columbia, planting roughly 20 million trees.
All photos shot on Kodachrome slide filmby Daniel James
Edited by Nahanni Arntzen
8x12 , 127 pages, hardcover.
Printed in the USA