ADV - Changing Perceptions of Wetlands from a Cultural and Ecological Perspective
Cloquet , MN 55720
Wetlands through the Seasons Workshop Series
This is the first workshop in a series of three centered on the cultural and ecological importance of wetlands. Wetlands are an undervalued resource for their incredible contributions to ecological health and Ojibwe cultural practices. Throughout the series there will be a common thread of cultural and ecological significance of wetlands, while each workshop will have a different natural resource focus. The focus of this first workshop will be amphibians and the importance of wetlands to their life cycle. We will be learning to identify frogs and toads, and using our skills out in the field! Get your water boots ready, and come hang out with us in some wetlands! Bring a bag lunch! Light refreshments will be provided.
The course cost is $25 and includes course manuals and supplies.
Meeting from 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. on:
- Saturday, May 6, 2017
Courtney Kowalczak has over twenty years of experience in water resource research and educational outreach. Currently Courtney is Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College’s Environmental Institute Director and the St Louis River Watch Program Coordinator.
13 Moons Fond du Lac Tribal College Extension Program Coordinator. An ethnobotonist-in-training with a love for how native plants and trees can be used for food, medicine and utility.
Wetland Specialist, Fond du Lac Office of Water Protection. Shannon has a knack for wetland plant identification.
Shannon Judd has worked in the Environmental Field in various capacities for fifteen years. Currently, she is the Environmental Education Outreach Coordinator for the Fond du Lac Resource Management Environmental Program.
University of MN Extension
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