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Waves of Change is a new online interview series highlighting the diverse faces and perspectives shaping the environmental justice movement throughout the Great Lakes region.
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Language revitalization efforts, both in Canada and the U.S., are opportunities for Indigenous peoples to reclaim their cultural ties. Strategies for revitalizing languages range from language documentation to immersion language schools.
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Ineffective voluntary pollution prevention practices are set aside for mandatory regulation.
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Wild rice is an aquatic grass that thrives in shallow waters, and serves as a sacred “mashkiki,” or medicine, to the Ojibwe.
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The DNR is renaming a boat launch in Oakland County from “Squaw Lake” to “Paint Lake” as part of an effort to erase the name from more than 600 sites, including 32 in Michigan.