Ecnomic practices

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Culture and Economic Practices of Northwest Coast Culture Area of North America
Introduction
The Northwest Coast area of North America is a cultural zone consisting of several subgroups,
which make the diverse culture of the area. These cultural subgroups include the Algonquians,
and the Iroquoians speaking tribes (Funari and Senatore 89). Although currently, all the tribes
have resulted to using English as their common dialect, the cultural identities of the people are
still eminent. The culture together with the land's resource endowment mainly characterizes the
economic activity of the inhabitants. Northwest Coast stretches from Atlantic seaboard to
Tennessee with many mountains and islands marking its landscape. In this account, the residents
of Northwest Coast have engaged themselves with different income earning activities among
them fishing, Forestry, and crop farming (Funari and Senatore 89). Among these economic,
Funari and Senatore asserts that the fishery has received much attention since its resources are
readily available given the ecosystems. However, forestry and agriculture cannot be overlooked
their contribution though less significant has an impact on some livelihoods of several people.
Forestry and Agricultural Activities
As noted by (Champagne 113), Northwest Coast region has many of its interior and coastal areas
being mountainous. As it is a characteristic with mountains, temperate rain forests thrive well

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and cover most of their field. It is the case with Cascade and Coastal mountains of Canada which
are mostly clothed with these woodlands. The tree varieties consisting of these forest covers
include cedar, Douglas fir, hemlock, and spruce. As a significant part of forestry, which forms
one of the economic activities, the trees provide resources for timber harvesting and partly
tourism as they are also home to some wild animals (Shepard 88)). Despite the presence of the
forest resources available for the people, only a small proportion of these people depend on them
for livelihood and hence not maladaptive in the area. The existence and adaptive nature of the
forests are supported by the natural setting of the place since the ocean waters are available and
play a crucial part for their survival.
On the other hand, agriculture ...

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