Migrations of ancestors of the peoples of Western North America had trekked across Europe, the Baltics & Siberia, eventually arriving at the Bearing Strait on the Alaskan Penninsula, during the years of the Ice Age. They walked, and they traveled in boats that took them along the coastlines of the Asian and North American coastlines.

Stories of those epic, heroic migrations are the legends and lore, the sacred memories of the indigenous people who live here now.

Stone Age peoples thrived for several million years. The excellence of the human family was forged during the time of traveling together in small families and clans. 

Stone Age peoples worked with one another in the daily tasks of living. Working together, they learned together the location of plants and the habits of animals. They taught each other the mastery of stone.  Sharing knowledge was their technology.  Cooperation became the key to their survival.

The Stone Age ended after people learned to grow food, about 10,000 years ago.  Food storage, and its control introduced hoarding, vast accumulations of wealth, corporate and military control. The economic & military realities we live with today are the legacies of the establishment of agriculture at the end of the Stone Age!

Stone Age cultures can teach us what we need to know for the sake of the survival of our Earth and our Families.

Stone Age people mastered the arts of mutual survival. They piled up several million years doing it.   They have much to teach us.

Stone Age people learned how to survive, and I’ll bet they still know how to survive! 

Stone Age Trek explores the stories.