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Sloan Autumn Retreat

In mid-October, the Sloan Indigenous Graduate Partnership cohort and Center staff shared a beautiful day on retreat at Sodus Point, right next to the sand and waters of Lake Ontario. We spent many hours walking and sitting on the beach, eating, talking, admiring the peak fall foliage, hiking on the spectacular bluffs at Chimney Bluffs... Continue Reading →

Haudenosaunee Forest Forum #2

Figure 1. Courtesy of Abraham Francis. On February 22, staff from the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment co-hosted the second Haudenosaunee Forest Forum, this time on Akwesasne Mohawk Territory. There were 16 attendees present in person and 5 attendees who joined via Zoom. Participants came from across the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, including Ontario, Canada... Continue Reading →

Feast and Film 2021

In honor of Indigenous Peoples Month, the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment hosted 'Feast and Film' - a screening of the film Inhabitants and a panel featuring Sloan Scholars discussing their reflections on the film. Despite the tremendous storm outside, nearly 30 people gathered to watch the film, eat traditional Haudenosaunee food prepared... Continue Reading →

Healing Circle and Fire Pit Opening

On a rainy morning in late November, students in the Sloan Indigenous Graduate Partnership gathered with staff from the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment and staff from the SUNY ESF - Lafayette Experimental Station and the American Chestnut Research and Restoration Project to ceremonially inaugurate the newly created Healing Circle and Fire pit.... Continue Reading →

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