See nature through the lens of traditional ecological knowledge in this live, online series. Explore how language can shape our understanding of land and relationship to it. Consider environmental stewardship from Indigenous perspectives, and learn to apply the principles of Indigenous science to conservation and land management efforts. Over the course of three sessions, participants will
- learn the principles of Indigenous science;
- examine language and cultural bias in science;
- explore Indigenous perspectives on conservation and land management.
This series will build your framework for understanding the relationship between humans and nature, long understood by Indigenous peoples, and provide ways to apply this understanding to the way you work, recreate, and relate to the natural world.
Session 1: The Basics of Indigenous and Western Science
Session 2: The Language of Science
Session 3: Rethinking Our Relationship with Land Management
How do I access the program?
- Your link to join the program will be included in the Order Summary email you receive after registering. Keep this email handy.
- Click on the link at the scheduled date and time.
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