During winter and spring 2014 volunteers were interviewed and gave generously of their time and knowledge as Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation updated the Traditional Use Study (TUS). This study contains valuable data on land use for hunting, fishing and gathering, sacred ceremonies, and edible plants and berries. The compilation of this data is an invaluable resource and we thank all volunteers who participated. In the near future we will see an additional update and expansion to the TUS with interviews planned for the Stephenville and Flat Bay areas. We value your contributions.