Project Indigenous

Environmental Education
Using the Humanities

Building a Community 

 Environmental knowledge using the Humanities. 

About Us

Water is Sacred

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 Feeding the River for the health of Water. 

Youth celebrating their Traditions

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The Humanities:  acting, storytelling, crafts and immersion camps stimulate relationships while teaching generations. 

Knowing when to learn

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Timing the awakening for future generations comes from Traditional science. 

Antelope Santee Dolls

The history of the Earth is a Pulse from the Universe

Dedicated Educators

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 Making the classroom outdoors touches our origins.  Environment systems  need first hand inspection. Smelling the changing seasons was a way to know the finally of summer. Let us not forget we ARE the environment. A Traditional scientists says "You are part of the Environment not a part from the environment

We teach hard subjects with a sense of humor.

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Students learn more when the enjoy being taught what they want to learn.

We have traveled great distances to be among different people to learn about their world and environment.

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As educators we strive to find new people and new ideas to spread to others for education. Teaching the youth about our place in the Universe is a mission for life. 

Events

February

Prepare for Doll sales Antelope Santee Dolls

:00 pm - :00 pm

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February

Prepare for Doll sales Antelope Santee Dolls


:00 pm - :00 pm

March

Briton Museum

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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March

Briton Museum


3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

April

Prepare for Summer Antelope Santee Sales

10:00 am - 8:00 pm

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April

Prepare for Summer Antelope Santee Sales


10:00 am - 8:00 pm

May

Longwood University in Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park

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May

Longwood University in Yellowstone

Students research the environment

 of Yellowstone National Park. 

Yellowstone National Park

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Project Indigenous LLC

930 N.18th, Billings, MT 59715, US

(406) 570-4143

Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 4:30pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed