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An indigenous field learning center has opened near Candle Lake, Saskatchewan.

A new camp centered on land education has been launched at the Hannin Creek Educational Applied Research Center nearCandle Lakein Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic,Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation(SWF), Prince Albert Grand Council are collaborating on this project and four for the new Indigenous Outdoor on June 15th. Tipi was collected. Learning center.

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“The new center is called mithoaskiykiskēyihtamowin, which is a creep for good learning through land experience,” said Larry Rosia, President and CEO of Sask Polytech.

"This is an exciting collaboration that focuses on learning on land and provides training and education for cultural awareness of indigenous methods and history. This important center in northern Saskatchewan. We are excited to welcome the Prince Albert Grand Council and the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation as partners. ”

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Instructors teach students and camp participants how to live away from the land, learn from it, and live. In harmony with the land.

"This is a continuation of the original vision of integrating Saskatchewan Institute of Technology and SWF. To grow and encourage educational, research, cultural and historical opportunities and progress," SWF said. Said David Yorke, President of.

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