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The Gladstone Indian Education students will participate by visiting our own Lake Michigan as well as the nearby rivers and Bay. They will sit for a half hour and journal every animal and insect that comes to the water to drink. They also will have to look up the message that each of these animals bring to them. Since in the Native Tradition, it is said that each animal is a messenger and carry a message for those who come across it's path. Then, the students have to share their findings with their classroom, parents, and teachers. For their parents, this is a very important piece of information, since many of those parents, grandparents and great grandparents lost the traditions during the boarding school era. This is a message that needs to be delivered through our messengers, for the messengers. Water is Life. Take care of our precious resource. Chi-Miigwetch (Big-Thank You)
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We will take middle school kids out on a trail and teach them about Leave No Trace learning, while picking up trash and learning to recognize where people have harmed the environment and how to fix it. We will learn about the Native Communities and how they lived with and on the land we now live on, and how they survived, and why they are no longer as prominent as they used to be.
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We are talking with professionals at the University of MI to see what are the possible ways that we can take initiative.
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Roots & Shoots members will work in various aspects at this event, helping work with the animals, selling raffle tickets, and finally raising awareness and advertising for the event.
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Our project will be held on September 11th and we will ask every member of our school community to bring in one item. This participation will demonstrate the power each individual has in making a difference in alleviating a serious issue.
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We will do this by clearing out an invasive specious in a small area in the park.
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We attended many local events, ranging from Latino Pride events to Earth Day events, attending local discussions concerning gentrification to racism and honestly. We didn't have a focus but that was the point, our goal was to learn as much as possible of the world's issues and what's being done to solve them.
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join TaylorAde Kids Club in educating 300 East Brooklyn Residents about the importance of living healthy lifestyles
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We work with tribal community elders and culture bearers to document language and tribal ecological knowledge using GIS. We are weaving native cultures into the future!
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Our project will help the young men in our community have an outlet for their issues by having strong positive male figures to guide them constantly and showing them there are other ways to prosper.

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