Webinar – Our Shared Future: Anishinaabe Culture and Conservation

Heritage markerCCHE would like to alert you to a webinar that may be of interest ~

‘Our Shared Future: Anishinaabe Culture and Conservation’

When: TODAY, Wednesday, April 8 from 1-2:00pm CST


Please join the 4th ‘Our Shared Future’ talk TODAY, Wednesday, April 8, with Robert Van Zile, Tribal member of the Sokaogon Band of Lake Superior Chippewa; and Cultural Resources Division Director for Forest County Potawatomi.

Register & Join the WebEx Event here

This event is hosted by the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and the Department of Geography, via a 2020 UW Heritage Marker Grant from the Educational Innovation (EI) Initiative. The (EI) Initiative is providing grants to academic units across the UW campus to spark learning and deepen understanding about the Ho-Chunk Nation through meaningful learning experiences embedded in the Wisconsin Experience.

The Nelson Institute at Science Hall hosted the Our Shared Future heritage marker March 9-March 13. This marker acknowledges Tribal Sovereignty and University relations with Native Nations.

  • Previous Our Shared Future talks can be found here.
  • The event is supported by the ES 600 Environmental Studies Capstone: Conservation with Native Nations in WI and the Native Nations_UW Initiative.
  • This event is sponsored by the UW-Madison Provost Educational Innovation Initiative.