Reconnecting to Our Roots for Enduring Relationships
Event Type: 
Session
Track: 
Powerful Partnerships and Collaborations
Date / Time: 
Tue June, 23 - 9:45am to 11:15am
Location: 
Greenway B-C
Presenter: 
D. Michener, Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum, University of Michigan; F.G. Bettelyoun, Native American Medicinal Garden, University of Minnesota; N.M. Crowe, Extension Service, Fond du Lac Tribal Community College; V. Passfield, NAGPRA Office, Bay Mills Indian Community

Public Gardens & First Nation’s Organizations: Public gardens and First Nation’s organizations have many immediate, compelling and multi-generational goals in common. These range from plant awareness and identification, environmental and culturally appropriate knowledge exchange to restoration ecology, habitat preservation, environmental justice, sustainable life-ways and training the next generation of citizens and leaders. Relatively few public gardens and First Nation’s organizations have explored long-term collaborative gardens and programs that benefit all visitors.That’s changing – find out why. Tribal community and garden individuals will present what’s working and ways forward from urban centers to reservations.

Presentation materials are not available.