Geoduck (puné'q) - the king of all clams
Geoduck clams are the largest saltwater clam found on the west coast. Used in the past as a food source by Coast Salish people and now prized in Asia as a delicacy, the geoduck , or or puné’q in hul̓q̓um̓ín̓um, ̓is highly sought after and has been the topic of much interest.
Geoduck and Social Justice
- Geoduck fishery dispute prompts First Nation blockade threat | CBC News
- Kalhawya Newsletter: Victory at Kulleet Bay, But a Long Fight Predicted
- Harvest and Distribution – Geoduck
- A history of Puget Sound’s ‘boss clam’
- Geoducks: Happy as Clams | Science| Smithsonian Magazine
- The Geoduck Diver
Geoducks & Archeology on Vancouver Island
- This Centuries-Old Geoduck Shell May Rewrite the Rules About Who Can Harvest the Fancy Clam | Science| Smithsonian Magazine
- Why an Unearthed-Clambake-May-Change-Indigenous-Fortunes in BC
- Geoduck Inquiry: What are geoducks and why is their discovery at an archeological site important to the Nuu chah nulth?