SDI would like to announce that we will be hosting a third Shifting Seasons Summit. The Shifting Seasons Summit is an event that is meant to bring awareness to environmental issues with a particular interest put on indigenous communities. This event will be hosted digitally on Pathable from Monday, April 19th to Wednesday, April 21st.
This Shifting Seasons Summit will focus on sharing adaptation and resilience knowledge across indigenous communities. This will be done through our keynotes for the 3 day event, Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer and Dr. Daniel R. Wildcat, and though breakout sessions that cover a wide view of topics, including:
Food Sovereignty/Traditional Agriculture
Plant Relatives
Forests, Fire, and People
Health and Wellness
Water Relatives
Climate Activism
And much more!
The panelists range from local Menominee experts to researchers from other tribes, institutions, and organizations across the country. These sessions will also focus on the development of in-depth case studies based on existing Tribal adaptation work in the Northeast region.
People can register for this event by going to http://www.nicrn.org/2021-shifting-seasons-summit.html and filling out the google form at the bottom of the page. Be sure to register soon because registration closes on April 14th, 2021. However, we will also take in people who register afterwards up until April 18th. After the 18th, we will not accept anymore registrations. For more information, please refer to the poster below.
We hope that you can join us!