Join Joseph Pitawanakwat on a journey through Anishinaabek Mishkiki Aadiziwin (Anishinaabek knowledge of plant medicines). What are the species that surround us? What names do they carry? And, what do these names tell us about the long-standing ecological traditions of Anishinaabek peoples across Turtle Island? Joseph has spent nearly 12 years working in communities all across Canada and the United States sharing the knowledge passed down to him from his grandmother. These teachings hold great value, not only to Indigenous cultures, but to all those who call Anishinaabek aki (Anishinaabek land) home.

  • When: November 6, at 6-7:30 PM ET
  • Where: Online

Meet the facilitator:

Joe PitawanakwatJoseph Pitawanakwat

Joseph is Ojibway from Wiikwemkoong, married with one daughter. The Founder & Director of Creators Garden, an Indigenous outdoor, and now online, education based business, focused on plant identification, beyond-sustainable harvesting, and teaching every one of their linguistic, historical, cultural, edible, ecological and medicinal significance through experiences. His lectures and intensive programming is easily adaptable to make appropriate and successfully delivered to a variety of organizations. Including over 150 First Nations communities and Hundreds of institutions throughout Anishinaabe territory and beyond. He has learned from hundreds of traditional knowledge holders and uniquely blends this knowledge with and reinforces it with and array of western sciences.




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