Education through Ecological Restoration – Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture

Nibi gaa-gikinoo’amaage, Nibi gaa-bimaaji’iwemagak (Water Will Teach, Water Will Give Life)

Earth Partnership and Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa in collaboration with Bayfield schools provides students with hands-on experiences learning food histories, plant genetics, and food preservation, through land based and traditional Anishinaabe harvest practices.

Thank you to NOAA B-WET for making these experiences possible!

Report coverClick here to view a full PDF photo story of Red Cliff IAS culturally-based watershed learning! 

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