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Land-Based Experiential Learning class offered in Term 2 - GEOG 465.3 Environment and Health in Indigenous Communities

Besides the 8 classes throughout the term; this class will have a 5-day Land-based learning opportunity in early May 2024.


Through classroom learning and collaborative field work in a local community, learn about strengths of and challenges facing Indigenous people, and environmental health, with a focus on First Nations in Saskatchewan.

Contact the Instructors for permission to register in the class Dr. Meera Kachroo at or Dr. Paul Hackett at

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