Lytton First Nation

Credit: Lytton First Nation

Lytton First Nation is located in the village of Kumsheen, meaning, “where the Rivers Cross.”   Their reserves span across 100 km radius on both sides of the Fraser River, which is accessible via ferry to the West side of the river.  They are located between Hope and Cache Creek.

Their diet comes from deer, moose, salmon, trout, bears, sheep, wild potatoes, wild celery, pine mushrooms, various other mushroom species, numerous seeds, and an abundance of berries that are found in their territory. They also have a rich source of natural resources; water from the Stein River and various minerals in their territory.

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