This chapter examines the process of constructing inter-subjective understandings of Indigenous oral traditions and lifeways. The Blood of Life Collective, initiated and directed by Sinixt knowledge-keepers Marilyn James and Taress Alexis, embarked on a multi-pronged storytelling project working towards decolonization and Sinixt resurgence. In analyzing the success of Collective projects as a model for other Indigenous-settler collaborations, research and interviews with Collective members for this chapter address two questions: 1) Could repeated exposure to Sinixt stories link settlers more deeply to the lands they inhabit? And 2) Can settler participation lend enough tangible support to Indigenous communities to invest in settler evolution and education a viable resurgence strategy?