Indigenous Perspectives for a Sustainable Environment - Webinar Series

Indigenous people have a unique view of the environment we all share. Diversify your science skillset during November – National Native American Heritage Month. We will explore the strengths and limitations of using Western Science and how Indigenous Science can help to manage our resources for a sustainable future. Through five sessions, we will compare Indigenous and Western Science, examine language and cultural bias, and discuss food systems, land management techniques, gardening, and more! 

Perfect for anyone interested in diversifying their science skills and learning practical, sustainable ways of working with our environment.

Sessions held every Monday in November. Register for the full series for $40, or individual sessions for $10 each. 

Date: Monday, November 30, 2020
Time: Check website for times (CT)
Address: 700 Howe Rd. (N. 150 W.), Chesterton, IN 46304
Phone: (219) 395-9555
Admission: Check website for fees

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