Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 6:30pm MacNaughton Room 113, U of Guelph
This participatory event is the third in a series related to convergence of Indigenous and scientific knowledge systems, and will explore further how we can develop comprehensive options to serve people and Earth, in fundamentally challenging times.
Dialogue guided by:
- Diane Hill (Katsitsawaks), Mohawk Nation, Bear clan, Six Nations of the Grand River Territory
- Sherilee Harper, Assistant Professor, Population Medicine
- Mackenzie Lespérance, Masters student, Plant Agriculture
Cost $5 at the door with proceeds to Ka’nikonhriyohtshera
More information at www.gryphlife.ca