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We specialize in Yukon Heritage

The Yukon's heritage is diverse. It includes ancient peoples and gold-hungry newcomers, remains of ice-age animals and Beringian landscapes, as well as an incredible variety of plant and animal life in a subarctic environment. 


Our work, over almost forty years has included research, writing, interpretation, planning and preservation of these many facets of heritage.  


Our knowledge of Yukon resource material is extensive. Research projects include First Nations, post contact history, natural history, and environmental issues. 


Our writing projects have encompassed a range of formats from point of interest signs to pamphlets to books. Topics have included First Nations history, community histories, biographies, natural history heritage policy, historic site nominations and procedural manuals. 

First Nations

Much of our work involves the collection of information and images, writing and interpretation of Yukon's first peoples. Our projects have included books, interpretive manuals, a storybook, as well as many planning and interpretation projects. 

A great deal of our research, writing, planning and interpretation work has involved the Whitehorse riverfront.  

Listen to the Stories. An example of a publication we researched, wrote and laid out for publication. For Kwanlin Dun First Nation, 2013. 

Berry Patch. An interpretive panel written and designed.for City of Whitehorse, 2016. 

Oral History

Helene Dobrowolsky has been the lead oral historian on several projects relating to historic communities, First Nations and various theme studies. She has compiled three manuals and delivered numerous oral history workshops to a variety of audiences.

Museums and Cultural Centres

We have worked with most of the Yukon's major museums and many interpretive centres developing exhibit concepts and storylines. We also have created the graphics and layouts for several exhibits. Often, we work in concert with designers and fabricators. 

Dancers from the Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in First Nation at the opening of the Tombstone Interpretive Centre. We wrote the storylines, text and assisted in the design and installation of this exhibit with Origin Studio

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