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Intertribal Native Plants Workshop

THURSDAY JULY 16 2015 10AM-4PM Tribal Cultural Center Wilson, Michigan A Native Plants Restoration & Pollinator Protection Workshop for Native American Tribal Communities in Northern Michigan

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Be Tenders of the Garden

Earl Meshigaud

A northern Michigan American Indian elder believes something is amiss in nature and is encouraging tribal communities to join with non-tribal partners for pollinator protection and the restoration of native plants. “It is your responsibility – as well as ours – to be tenders of the garden,” said Earl Meshigaud, Hannahville Potawatomi Indian Community Tribal Council Member and Culture Department Director. Continue reading

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Michigan’s Hannahville Indian (Potowatomi) Community hosts 3rd Native Plants Workshop

Native Plants Workshop

On April 12th, 2012, a few hundred yards from a small Michigan’s tribe’s administrative offices, 43 representatives from 5 American Indian communities met to explore the important recovery of native plants, sharing a vision to building a new cooperative effort for restoring threatened plant species. Sounds of drums and the smell of sweet grass set a ceremonial context for Continue reading

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Kinomaagewin-aki, Teachings from the Earth

Kinomaage Success Story

You are invited to a Native Plants Restoration and Pollinator Protection Workshop for Native American Tribal Communities in Northern Michigan.

Gain insights into traditional Native cultural teachings, medicinal plants, & challenges facing native plants restoration.

Get perspectives from the U.S. Forest Service on grant possibilities and Continue reading

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