Education through Ecological Restoration – Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture

TDPR at National Indian Education Association Convention

Three presenters in front of conference sign

Michelle Cloud, Bethany Redbird, and Claire Bjork presented their Tribally-Driven Participatory Research at the National Indian Education Association annual convention this past week. Funded by the Spencer Foundation for Earth Partnership-Indigenous Arts and Sciences, the Ho-Chunk Nation leads this study of the Goja Howaite Hi (Going on Continuously) youth cultural and environmental learning program. Our research fosters ecological and cultural sustainability by centering identity and connectedness to Mother Earth and one another. We also thank the Mellon Foundation/HEAL anti-racism project for making it possible to travel to Oklahoma City to share with and learn from Indigenous educators!


Read more about the Spencer-funded Indigenous Arts and Sciences project here!

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