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Where Words Touch the Earth: Native American Perspective on Climate Change


In this new digital media collection for grades 3-12, students from American Indian Tribal Colleges interview Elders, other students, and community members to provide a Native American perspective on climate change and its effects on their communities.

Videos in this collection are available for download, and touch on key environmental science issues and indigenous knowledge of the depleted salmon population in Washington State, the ecological function and spiritual role of wetlands, and the relationship between humans and nature.

Additionally, a media-rich activity designed for teacher professional development allows teachers to reconnect with their environment by taking a walk, observing the nature world around them, and plan an activity for students that will help them better understand their own surroundings and how