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PAGE23MAZINAIGANSPRINGSUMMER2014EDUCATIONALMATERIALSEducationalmaterialsHavingfunwiththelanguagePerfectforchildrenofallagesMino-doodaadingisacollectionofOjibwemowinstoriestoldbyfirstlanguagespeakers.ThemonolingualformatofthebookisperfectforuseinOjibwemowinimmersionsettingsandasausefulresourceforvocabularyandgrammarpatternsforthoselearningOjibwemowin.Thissequeltotheaward-winningAwesiiyensagMino-doodaadingfeaturesthreeoriginalstoriesthatshowcasetraditionalAnishinaabevalueswithamoderntwistsuchastheimportanceoffamilyfriendshipandrespectingelderswisdomrelatabletopeopleofallcultures.EditedbyapanelofhighlyesteemedOjibwesecondlanguageprofessionalsworkingincollaborationwithfirstlan-guagespeakersthisbookexemplifiesthemovementtoencourageindigenouslanguagestudyandexpressioninwriting.Mino-doodaadingisdelightfullyillustratedbyGLIFWCLanguageSpecial-istWesleyBallingerandmakesthebookenjoyableevenforthosewithlimitedOjibwelanguageknowledge.CopiesofthebookcanbepurchasedfromBirchbarkBooksinMinneapolisMinnesotaororderedonlineatwww.birchbarkbooks.comfor16.ByJenniferBurnettGLIFWCOutreachSpecialistRecentlyupdatedGLIFWCsOjibweTreatyRightsOftenreferredtoasTreatyRights101OjibweTreatyRightshasbeenupdatedandhasanewlook.This55-pagebookletprovidesbasicinformationaboutthetreatyrightsofGLIFWCselevenmem-bertribeswhoretainedtherighttohuntfishandgatheroncededterritories.ItrelatestreatyhistorylegalbackgroundandexplainshowtreatyrightsarecurrentlymanagedinthestatesofMinnesotaWis-consinandMichigan.Appendicesincludethetreatiesaswellasachronologyoflegalproceedings.AvailableonlinethroughGLIFWCfor3.00plusshippingandalsodownloadable.Gotowww.glifwc.organdclickEducationMaterialsonthemenubar.G-WOWChangingClimateChangingCultureInstituteJuly14-172014NorthernGreatLakesVisitorCenterAshlandWIA4-dayprofessionaldevelopmentinstitutetohelpeducatorsincreasetheirclimateliteracyandabilitytoguidestudentsininvestigatingclimatechange.InthisInstituteyouwilllearnhowtoIntegrateplace-basedevidenceofclimatechangewiththelatestclimateresearchEvaluatetheimpactsofclimatechangeontheenvironmentculturesandcommunitiesGuidestudentsindevelopingclimatechangeservicelearningprojectsDevelopandshareclimatechangecurriculumwithothereducatorsInfuseOjibwetraditionalecologicalknowledgeandlanguagecomponentsWhereNorthernGreatLakesVisitorCenterAshlandWIsurroundingcoastalcommunitiesandtriballandsWhoClassroomteacherscommunityyoutheducatorsEnrollmentlimitedto25participants.ApplicationsdueJune6thWhatWillYouLearnDay1BuildingClimateChangeCompetenciesNorthernGreatLakesVisitorCenterAshlandWIExplorewhatsupwithourclimatewithscientistsresourcemanagersandculturalspecialists.Investigateclimatechangeusinghistoricandprojectedresearchandlearnhowtoapplythesetoolsinyourteaching..Day2InvestigatetheIssue-FieldResearchChequamegonNationalForestandBadRiverKakagonSloughsOdanahWIInvestigatescientificresearchbeingconductedonclimatechangeimpactsonnorthernforestsandinvestigatecoastalclimateimpactsontheBadRiverKakagonSloughswildriceandtheculturalpracticesoftheLakeSuperiorOjibwe.Day3ExploringClimateChangeStocktonIsland-ApostleIslandsNationalLakeshoreBayfieldWISortouttheclimatechangecontroversy.TakeaclimatewalktolearnhowclimatechangeisaffectingLakeSuperiorandtheApostleIslands.WhatcanwedotoadapttoachangingclimateDay4TakingActionRedCliffTribalFishHatcheryandLegendaryWatersRedCliffWIHowareweplanningforclimatechangeimpactsoncoastalresourcesandpeopleLearnhowtoapplytheG-WOWmodelasonetooltoteachaboutclimatechange.Developaclimatechangeservicelearningproject.CostFREE400teacherstipendcreditisavailable.Morningcoffeesnackslunchesprovided.EducatorscompletingtheInstituteareeligibleforfinancialsupporttobringtheirstudentstoaCoastalClimateCampfieldexperienceQuestionsFormoredetailedinformationdetailedagendaandregistrationmaterialsgotohttpfyi.uwex.edunglvcandclickonG-WOWInstituteorcontactCathyTechtmannUW-Extension715.561.269emailcatherine.techtmannces.uwex.edudifficult.ThereisnosimplewaytocountorestimatethenumberofelkaroundClamLake.Managersstruggledwiththisdecisionandexaminedseveraldifferentmethodstoestimatetheelkpopulation.Althoughtheywereallslightlydifferentnonehadanestimateabove200elk.Thustherecommendationfromthecommit-teewasnottoholdanelkhuntin2014.Therewassomeuncertaintyaboutthisrecommendationascertainassump-tionsaboutelkmortalityandcalfproduc-tionweremade.AtthatpointinMarchinformationtosuggestthatwintereffectswouldbesignificantthisyearwasnotavailable.Inthesixweekssincethatmeetingevidencehasbeenfoundthatwinterdidtakeatolloncalfsurvivor-shipthisyearandthatlikelytherewillbeeffectsonthisyearscalfproduction.Allofthisreducestheuncertaintybiolo-gistshadabouttheirassumptionsandrecommendation.WhileboththedeerandelkherdsarecurrentlyenjoyingthereturnofgreenfoodonthelandscapethereisnodoubtthatoldmanwinterputthemaswellasustothetestasnorthwoodsresidentsDeerelkmortalityContinuedfrompage11municipalgovernmentsFirstNationsandMtis.TheGLEChasdevelopedtensubcommitteestoperformtheworkrequiredbytheGLWQAincludingaSubcom-mitteededicatedtoclimatechange.Theclimatecha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