|6-8 pm, ~ Dinner & Dialogue: Indigenous Skills
at Nara Nature Center
Beth Squires, AmeriCorps member and WUP Math/Science Center environmental educator, and
Nick Squires, science teacher, Lake Linden-Hubbell High School.
Forming a connection to the Earth is a lifelong journey. Continue your own journey as you discover new ways to interact with nature through exploration of a variety of indigenous skills. Our session will include a delicious dinner of traditional foods and informative discussion on how you might incorporate these skills into your everyday life, lives of your family, or students in your classroom. What is the value of learning the old ways, and why would you share this knowledge with others? You will learn some traditional skills as you participate in hands-on activities. Begin a journey of discovery into the past, deepen awareness of the present, and develop skills for the future!
To attend, please RSVP to Loret Roberts at 482-0331 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The LSSI Dinner & Dialogues are designed to facilitate community-building between schools and community partners. There is no charge, and the event is open to the public. Due to space limitations, there is a limit of 40 pre-registered participants.
About the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative
Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative (LSSI) connects schools and communities in the stewardship of Lake Superior and its watershed.