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Project Indigenous Environmental Education Using the Humanities

Project Indigenous Environmental Education Using the Humanities

Project Indigenous Environmental Education Using the HumanitiesProject Indigenous Environmental Education Using the HumanitiesProject Indigenous Environmental Education Using the Humanities

 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. 

Learning the history of the Earth is touching the Pulse from

Dedicated Educators

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 The true classroom is outside. If your are wanting to save our planet, get out side. Traditional Knowledge touches our origins.  Environment systems  need first hand inspection. Seeing and smelling the changing seasons is the way to know the finality of each season. Let us not forget we ARE the environment. A Traditional scientists says "You are part of the Environment not a part from the environme

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

February

Prepare for Doll sales Antelope Santee Dolls

:00 pm - :00 pm

March

Made in Montana Helen

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

March

Made in Montana Helen

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

April

Prepare for Summer Antelope Santee Sales

10:00 am - 8:00 pm

April

Prepare for Summer Antelope Santee Sales

10:00 am - 8:00 pm

May

Longwood University in Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park

Event Details

May

Longwood University in Yellowstone

Students research the environment

 of Yellowstone National Park. 

Yellowstone National Park

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Project Indigenous LLC

PO BOX 618 Bridger Montana 59014 (406) 647 1824

Hours

Monday - Friday: 10:30am - 4:30pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed