Treaty 1 Territory

Winnipeg, Manitoba

204-474-9316

For more information

eclinfo@umanitoba.ca

Land Based Indigenous Science Camps

In your community & Campus Internships for Youth

Two Eyed Seeing

 Kis Kin Ha Ma Ki Win is a three year initiative to provide local youth with opportunities to learn about environmental sciences through indigenous cultural worldview and customs. Each camp and internship will have a focus on helping to protect the land and water in or surrounding your community.

Opportunities for Youth

  • Learn about science and increase your science literacy.
  • Learn about the natural world using indigenous worldviews.
  • Prepare for College and/or University.
  • Learn with elders and environmental scientists.
  • Have fun outdoors and meet new people.

Opportunities for Communities

  • ┬áProvide educational and outdoor activities for youth.
  • Strengthen intergenerational relationships.
  • Share the importance of the natural environment with local youth.
  • Establish a community monitoring program.
  • Connect with scientists and explore the impacts of energy generation.