Community

Informal Science Seminars

Designed to inform and educate the Oglala Lakota Oyate (people) about sustainability of ecosystems in the area and about current and developing environmental issues that affect these ecosystems; these seminars are open to the public.

 

Families are welcome and encouraged to participate in activities, view presentations, participate in discussions, create and participate in community projects, and share a traditional meal.

 

The Informal Science Seminars are located at community buildings and schools located on the east side of the Pine Ridge Reservation.

 

 

Some topics addressed include:

  • Geology of Ghost Canyon

  • Lakota Culture Sustainability 

  • Pute Tiyospaye (Lips Camp)

  • Lakota Mathematics

  • Water Rights

  • Renewable Energy & Alternative Heating

  • Oceti Sakowin Origins; Current and Original camp circles

  • Oceti Sakowin, Tribes, Reservations and Capitals

  • Science of the Tar Sands & the Keystone XL Pipeline

  • Solar Energy and Gardening

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Generations 

 Indigenous Ways

 

20750 BIA2

Interior, SD 57750

605-433-5007

 

 

We are fiscally sponsored as an affiliate of Seventh Generation Fund, a 501 c3 Native non-profit organization. 

 

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