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Knowledge and Tradition

To wind up our participation in the Nature City Festival, we were honoured to host a presentation by Joseph Naytowhow. Joseph involved everyone in a smudging ceremony, lead us in song and told us stories. He captured the attention of … Continue reading

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EcoJustice Class Helps Out in the Garden

On the afternoon of May 27th, students with the EcoJustice Class from St. Edward School helped pull some weeds in the Prairie Habitat Garden. They were very interested in learning which of the plants in the garden were edible and … Continue reading

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Joseph Naytowhow

Joseph will wrap up the Nature City Festival events in the Prairie Habitat Garden. His presentation will center around native plants and traditional First Nation knowledge. This event is open to the public and free of charge. You are more … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Welcome to the virtual home of the University of Saskatchewan’s Prairie Habitat Garden. The garden is a great place for students, teachers and people in general to learn about the habitat that existed here long Europeans arrived. Located on the¬†west … Continue reading

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