January 31-February 2, 2020.
Ma’iingan is a brother to Anishinaabeg and an asset to the ecosystems in which he lives—still, fear of the wolf persists. Join Great Lakes tribes with our government and non-government partners to learn about Ma’iingan through research and traditional stories.
- Friday Evening
Informational tables by tribes and partners, a Welcoming Address, Story of Ma’iingan and Anishinaabe, Talk on Ma’iingan by Adrian Wydeven and many others, Fest, Showing of Wisconsin Public Television’s Ma’iingan: Brother Wolf Documentary.
- Saturday Morning
Informational tables by tribes and partners, Story of Ma’iingan and Anishinaabe, Tribal Conservation of Ma’iingan, Lunch.
TRIBAL ENTITIES ONLY
- Saturday Evening
Review of tribal Ma’iingan plans, Ma’iingan and treaty rights, developing a vision for Ma’iingan
- Sunday Morning
Drafting a treaty with Ma’iingan
For more information or to get involved, contact Bad River Wildlife Specialist Abi Fergus at email@example.com or 715-685-7840 ext. 1554. For questions on registration contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no registration fee for this event but we do ask that you register so we know how many will be in attendance. Please register by December 8, 2019, or we cannot guarantee a setting at either of the meals during the event.
GET A T-SHIRT, SUPPORT US!
Purchase Ma’iingan Symposium shirts and support our work to promote ma’iingan coexistence through education, conservation, and farmer outreach. Order by December 1, and your order will ship on December 9.