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Sponsor the Dock Repair


Your sponsorship will not only revive a cherished dock along the Skutik River for the Peskotomuhkati Lodge. Your contribution will also promote the well-being of fish and sustain the overall health of the river ecosystem. Help the Nation reconnect to the water and food source along the Skutik River.

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The Peskotomuhkati Lodge: A Safe Space for Healing and Cultural Preservation

Also known as “Camp Chiputneticook”, this land was in private hands for about 100 years and was transferred to the Peskotomuhkati Nation in 2018.

The Main Lodge is a 2-story building with 10 bedrooms and 5 outbuildings, a dock, lake on the property and kilometers of walking trails on 2500 acres along the Skutik River (part of the St. Croix River watershed, near St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada).

The Lodge is a centre of learning, wellness, healing, and community engagement. Community meetings are held there and the Nation plans to migrate its video-based learning series to live lectures and residencies in the Lodge.

History in Every Detail

The historical artefacts have been captured in high-resolution, showcasing each item in detail to document its exquisite craftsmanship and significant story. From hand-carved birchbark baskets used as practical tools for survival, to ceremonial objects that help stamp a time in history, they have transcended their original purposes, evolving into beautiful works of art. They serve as tangible historical records of an intimate understanding of the natural environment and the mastery of survival craftsmanship.

These artefacts are now being restored and are showcased in Canada’s National Museum of History in Ottawa, Ontario.

You’re not only honouring the Peskotomuhkati Nation’s history but also supporting the preservation of their cultural heritage. A portion of your purchase goes towards initiatives that benefit the community and their traditions.

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Donation Amount

300, 600, 1000, 2000, 5000