Sharing the Wisdom: SLC Meets With Cultural Elder

On Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 the Sustainability Leadership Cohort had the privilege of meeting with the Cohort’s Cultural Elder/Advisor Dolly Potts.  Dolly Potts brought her wisdom of the Seven Grandfather Teachings to the SLC students. The Seven Grandfather teachings that Dolly shared with the students were:  Wisdom (Nepuakan) – To cherish knowledge is to know

2019 Earth Day Celebration

The College of Menominee Nation (CMN) – Sustainable Development Institute (SDI), recognized Earth Day by hosting a celebration. The 2019 theme, Netāēnawemākanank, “All My Relatives”, was celebrated as local school children attended the event to learn more about their non-human relatives. SDI student interns, CMN faculty and staff, Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin employees, and community

Positive Youth Development in Indian Country

Written by: Marissa Vele On Saturday, July 22, fellow SLC Mentor, Dolly Potts, and I attended the Positive Youth Development in Indian Country Workshop in Green Bay. This workshop was put on by Susan and Dan Ninham. The purpose of this workshop was to encourage and develop programs and strategies that reduce risks and strengthen

Agricultural Research Workshop

Written by: Dolly PottsThe conference was introduced by Rebecca Edler, Sustainability Coordinator who teamed the SLC (Sustainability Leadership Cohort) students with the SDI Interns. After introductions Harlan Pygman, presented a basic overview of statistics. Harlan gave us terms and overviews of presenting data. We use these statistics in the research garden measuring the results of