Learning From The Land

Akinoomaage Aki: The Land is Teaching Us

Isaac Murdoch from Serpent River First Nation demonstrates the process involved in making Fish Pemmican.  During the video he also shares about the importance of Indigenous knowledge systems, how we can use the land as our teacher and the critical need for children to be reconnected to the land.  A teacher guide is provided to show how this can be used in the classroom and the multiple subject areas that the curriculum can connect to this learning.

The Land is Teaching Us

Impacts of Technology on Wild Rice in Lake of the Woods

This documentary follows Ron Kelly and Douglas Sinclair as they share about the impacts of two dams on the wild rice beds in the Lake of the Woods area and how this impacts the Anishinaabek.

Lesson Plan

Hohepa Hei (Māori) on the Significance of Water.

The following interview took place July 25 2022 on the territory of the Ojibways of Onigaming First Nation with Hohepa Hei who is of Māori decent originating from the tribes of Whakatōhea, Te Whānau a Apanui, Ngati Porou, Te Aitanga a Hauiti and Te Aitanga a Mahaki.

Water is Life Resource by Dufferin-Peel Catholic DSB


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