Indigenous Perspectives

Climate Change, Restoration, & Environment Through Language
February 24, 6PM-7:15PM CST


Live Webinar:

In-Person (with pizza!):
Ruttan Hall, Room B45
Sign up for pizza:

Please join us for BBE's first Diversity Equity and Inclusion Seminar with the Society for Ecological Restoration on Thursday, February 24th from 6:00-7:15 PM. The seminar will feature guest speakers Bazile Panke, Ferin Davis Anderson, and Bryan Van Stippen to provide an indigenous perspective on the topics of climate change, restoration, and the environment through language. The seminar will be available virtually ( and in-person Ruttan Hall Room B45. If you plan to attend the seminar in person, we ask that you please RSVP so we can provide pizza (!

Event Speaker

Bazile Panek, Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa
The Grammar of Animacy: Viewing the Environment Through the Ojibwe Language

Ferin Davis Anderson, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa
Habitat Restoration Opportunities in Urban Tribal Lands

Bryan Van Stippen, Oneida Nation of Wisconsin
Development of Carbon Projects on Tribal Nation Lands

Indigenous perspectives event poster with leaf illustrations