Gitga’at First Nation, in Northern British Columbia, has a deep physical, emotional, and spiritual connection to its ancestral lands. Ensuring the continuity of this connection is fundamental to community health, cultural survival, supporting rights and title, and our unique relationship with our territory. By creating an interactive storyboard and web site rich in cultural and ecological details, our project seeks to strengthen Gitga’at First Nation’s connection to one important place: Laxgalts'ap or “Old Town”. This project is an outgrowth of the Nation’s on-going efforts to revitalize title, language, environmental stewardship, and spirituality. Old Town is 32km north of the remote village of Hartley Bay where many Gitga’at live today. Old Town is the birthplace of the Gitga’at and the ancestral village where they lived for thousands of years; yet few Gitga’at today are able to visit Old Town. This inability to physically connect with a place so central to Gitga’at identity weighs heavily on many in the community. There is immediacy to the project due to the age of our elders and the potential impact of climate change on our landscape. Our team of researchers from Hartley Bay and BC Universities will document the cultural and natural history of Old Town by collating community interviews, old and recent video and audio footage, archival documents, oral traditions, place names, and archaeological and eco-cultural data in a web site and touch screen placed in the community.