ZaagkiiGreenhouseNative Plant Greenhouse

A dedication ceremony was held in August 2010 for the 16-foot geodesic dome solar-powered greenhouse that was built at the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) in an effort to restore native species plants to northern Michigan.

NAISAMtgMay20106NAISA 2010 Conference

Zaagkii Project interns with the Northern Michigan University Center for Native American Studies make presentation about the pollinator protection initiative at the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association 2010 Conference in Arizona.

2009ZaagkiiProjectPhotosbyErikaN-29Dr Jim Hayward Bee Farm

Beekeeper and Marquette Dentist Dr. Jim Hayward hosted Zaagkii teens, giving the students a hands-on, up-close and personal experience with his 150,000 honeybees near Negaunee, MI. Photos by Erika Niebler.

2009ZaagkiiProjectPhotosbyErikaN-9Gather’n Greens Organic Farm

In 2009, Zaagkii students visit Gather’n Greens Organic Farm owned by Lee Ossenheimer & Dr. Lisa Long, Negaunee Township, MI. Photos by Greg Peterson.

2 Responses to Photos

  1. Amber says:

    Your photos are wonderful! It is great to see the efforts of so many come together to make this Growing Dome a reality!
    ~Amber, Growing Spaces

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