The land supports us, provides for us and connects us to all living things. In this space, we humbly open ourselves to listen and learn from the land. We honour the teachings it provides us as we grow in knowledge of the natural world. A land-based learning space is a welcoming place for all.
We are grateful to the Elders who teach us about the land on which we live, and who share wisdom and lessons passed down from Elders who walked before them.
Language is a reflection of identity, expression of culture and affirmation of relationships. The titles on the signs in this space are written in Nakota, Michif, Cree, English and French.