February 15th, AIHFS will be closed for all services due to President’s Day. Please plan accordingly. All regular services will resume the following day.
Detroit Food Sovereignty
Can Detroit become a food-sovereign city? What is your understanding of food sovereignty? AIHFS’ Shiloh Maples was interviewed as part of an online article at Model D which can found at this link.
A collaborative community classroom that is a mini-course and series of public forums for every kind of student.
Call For Papers
The 12th annual Indigenous and American Studies Storyteller’s Conference is requesting to submit papers for their theme- Visualizing Indigeneity: Reclamation through Action. For more info click here for the pdf: 12th Annual Indigenous and American Studies Storyteller
U of M Public Lectures
February 11, the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources & Environment speakers series will have Dr. Robin Kimmerer speak on The Honorable Harvest: Indigenous Knowledge for Biodiversity Conservation. There will also be a panel discussion of Traditional Ecological Knowledges.
Urban Sugar Bush
Beginning in March at the Fenner Nature Center in Lansing they will be having an urban sugar bush.