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Wildlife of the Anishinaabe People

Living off the land here in Michigan went beyond the use of native plants for the Anishinaabe people; wild animals were a natural resource that the Anishinaabek respectfully harvested for a variety of survival needs, from food to clothing. Come meet some of Blandford’s wildlife ambassadors and explore traditionally made artifacts to learn about how their wildlife ancestors would have provided resources for the native people of Michigan.

Date

Oct 14 2020
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Time

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Cost

$7 members, $10 non-members

Location

Blandford Nature Center
1715 Hillburn Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI
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