Moosehide tanning, fireside discussion on royal couple's agenda
The royal couple will travel by float plane to the Blachford Lake facility on Tuesday afternoon, following a packed day of activities in the Northwest Territories capital.
Following their 20-minute flight to Blachford Lake Lodge, where most of Dechinta's programs are offered, William and Kate will be given an opportunity to try moosehide tanning and fish drying, as well as meet with Weledeh Dene elders, according to centre officials.
"We'll start with a language lesson," Kyla Kakfwi Scott, Dechinta's program director, told CBC News.
Below: "Students at Dechinta take part in a course on 'writing from the land' during the program's pilot offering in June 2010." (CBC)