Youth adding their voices to the conversation about reconciliation and our environment can be very powerful and that’s exactly what youth who attended our Podcasting 101 workshop did. We’re excited to share the winning podcasts with you, so you can listen to the interesting stories they have to tell from their unique perspectives.
Before you can save an ecosystem, you need to know what’s happening to it. If you want to know what’s happening to it, you need to monitor the land, water, plants, and creatures. Who better to collect data about a specific area than the people who live there?
Thanks in part to amazing fundraising efforts by sustainable swimwear brand Londre, CIER is gearing up to plant hundreds of native trees on the banks of the Winnipeg River in Sagkeeng First Nation.