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Learning about Mnoomin at SCDSB Summer School


July 28, 2015 - The First Nation, Metis and Inuit summer learning program students at St. Francis School had a special presentation hosted by the Department of Lands and Natural Resources (Wikwemikong). Mary Ellen Kitchikake, provided summer students an interactive and hands on learning teachings about Mnoomin (Wild Rice in Ojibway).
Manoomin, or wild rice is a gift given to the Anishinaabeg from the Creator, and is a center piece of the nutrition and sustenance for their community.
Miigwetch for sharing with us!



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