Education through Ecological Restoration – Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture

Scientific Story from Ho-Chunk IAS

Ho-Chunk IAS Scientific Story

Scientific Storytelling is a tool developed by IAS partner Upham Woods (UW Extension). For more information on scientific stories and DOTS (Digital Observation Technology Skills) Kits, visit:

This summer’s Ho-Chunk IAS was held in Black River Falls and included education on Ho-Chunk kinship systems, historical trauma, sovereignty, and traditional uses of native plants.

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