Webinar: Indigenous knowledge for a changing climate – A meditation on remembering what it means to be a human

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How do you interact with the earth? She is listening… In this presentation Mkomose shares his personal experiences utilizing traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) to add richness and beauty to interactions with the natural world. Opening our hearts and minds to the mysteries of creation is a reminder that as human beings we have many responsibilities. Together, with support from our relatives, under the guidance of the Ancestors, our relationship with our mother earth can be renewed, and we can thrive again. Learn ways to immediately apply Indigenous strategies for project developments and a sustainable future.


Mkomose (Dr. Andrew Judge): He is an Assistant Professor of Anishinaabe Studies at Algoma University. He has lectured at Sir Wilfrid Laurier University, The University of Waterloo, and coordinated Indigenous Studies at Conestoga College, where he established a network of Indigenous leaders to restore land. Mkomose specializes in Anishinaabe cultural knowledge, ethnomedicine, and land-based learning. Mkomose has learned from, worked and consulted with, and served Indigenous Elders and community leaders for over a decade. He has founded several community-led Indigenous knowledge-based programs at elementary, secondary, and post-secondary levels and works tirelessly to promote Indigenous land-based sustainability practices.

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Webinar: Indigenous knowledge for a changing climate – A meditation on remembering what it means to be a human

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