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Learning from the Land Information Session
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Wednesday, March 5, 2014
5:00 pm - 6:30 am
314 Bray

Event Description:

Looking for a unique summer experience? The Center for Native Peoples and the Environment
Learning from the Land: A Cross-Cultural Partnership in Forest Stewardship Education for Climate Change Adaptation

The Center for Native Peoples and the Environment at ESF is seeking undergraduate scholars to participate in a summer research exchange with Native American scholars at the College of Menominee Nation

Our summer scholars will:

-gain hands-on training and experience with indigenous and scientific approaches that link forest ecology and stewardship with climate change adaptation
-develop research skills and cross-cultural communication abilities while working closely with Native American students, resource managers, and knowledge keepers
-reside at Menominee Forest, globally known for its sustainability, and Huntington Wildlife Forest, ESF's 15,000 acre field station in the Adirondack High Peaks
-receive a generous stipend and opportunities to participate in national conferences

To learn more about this opportunity and to find out how to apply, join us for an information session on March 5 at 5 pm in 314 Bray Hall.

Questions?

Dr. Colin Beier
cbeier@esf.edu

Dr. Robin Kimmerer
rkimmer@esf.edu

Contact:
Dr. Colin Beier
cbeier@esf.edu
6578

Sponsor: Center for Native Peoples and the Environment

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