Indigenous teens take to the woods for class with new land-based education project

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by ahnationtalk on December 4, 2018765 Views

Credits: CBCSaskatchewan

A new program takes Indigenous students on multi-day hunting and fishing trips, where they learn how to harvest healthy and sustainable food sources for their community.

The Oskayak Minowin Project, which is funded by Health Canada is a new land-based healing initiative that Carlin Nordstrom started with a group from Poundmaker First Nation.

CBC News was welcome to come along on one such trip to see the lesson first hand: www.cbc.ca/1.4925823

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