A Waterdrop Journey in LDF

“My journey as a waterdrop begins in the life of a young robin, too young to fly and fallen from the nest – easy prey to a fortunate coyote looking for his next meal. Not …

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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: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/environmentaleducation/ This summer’s Ho-Chunk …

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IAS featured in Green Teacher

“THE SPRING WALLEYE HARVEST is the time when the frogs begin to sing, the snow turns to water, and the maple sap is ready to tap. Tribal elders speak of the rich knowledge generations of …

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IAS Advisory Board: 2019 Annual Meeting in Bad River

Indigenous Arts and Sciences, a collaborative initiative between Earth Partnership and five Wisconsin Native Nations (Bad River, Lac Courte Oreilles, Lac du Flambeau, and Ho-Chunk Nations), benefits from the guidance of our esteemed Advisory Board. …

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Native Education Pathways WIEA Pre-Conference

Earth Partnership Indigenous Arts and Sciences will be a host of the upcoming Native Education Pathways Forum, a pre-conference gathering with the Wisconsin Indian Education Association (WIEA) annual conference. This gathering will explore different ways …

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