Come out with MTRI and the Ulnooweg Education Centre for an afternoon of free family fun, nature activities and an immersive two-eyed seeing (Etuaptmumk) learning opportunity. We will have speakers from MTRI, Ulnooweg, and local communities to talk and host activities about biodiversity, Indigenous knowledge, community science and the guiding principle developed by Mi’kmaq Elder Albert Marshall, Etuaptmumk. Etuaptmumk is a perspective of seeing the world that recognizes better outcomes are more likely if we bring two or more perspectives into collaboration, creating balance. With one eye, we view the world through Indigenous ways of knowing and with the other eye, we view the world through Western, or Eurocentric, ways of knowing.
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For most of our events and activities, you can drop in and participate but some will require advanced registration. Details and sign-up forms will be released closer to the event. You can stay up to date with all the developments for our March Break Day by following our event on Facebook (@mtri) or signing up here: https://forms.office.com/r/tdXiWZqihG
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