Biinaagami

Watershed Wednesday: The need for bees

2024-06-19T15:36:06-04:00

Plus: Potential for a new method of energy production making waves off the coast of Lake Michigan and the mighty Michipicoten

Watershed Wednesday: The need for bees2024-06-19T15:36:06-04:00

Respect the water

2024-06-10T17:06:09-04:00

A message about the power of water.

Respect the water2024-06-10T17:06:09-04:00

Watershed Wednesday: The return of the Island Caribou

2024-05-08T17:11:19-04:00

Plus: “The Second Wave”- The National Museum of the Great Lakes breaks ground on new expansion and Spongy moths on the decline in summer of 2024

Watershed Wednesday: The return of the Island Caribou2024-05-08T17:11:19-04:00

Spoken back to life: Jarrid Baldwin on Myaamia

2024-04-28T17:38:27-04:00

In the fifth and final part of the “Spoken back to life” digital series, language teacher Jarrid Baldwin speaks with Biinaagami on being in connection with water and language

Spoken back to life: Jarrid Baldwin on Myaamia2024-04-28T17:38:27-04:00

Watershed Wednesday: Removing roadblocks for Highway 413

2024-04-24T17:57:19-04:00

Plus: Superior effort removes more than 10 tons of plastic from the Great Lakes and Fourth round of UN plastics treaty negotiations in Ottawa this week

Watershed Wednesday: Removing roadblocks for Highway 4132024-04-24T17:57:19-04:00

Spoken back to life: Barbara Nolan on Anishinaabemowin

2024-04-22T13:09:31-04:00

In the fourth part of the “Spoken back to life” digital series, Elder and language teacher Barbara Nolan speaks with Biinaagami on being in connection with water and language

Spoken back to life: Barbara Nolan on Anishinaabemowin2024-04-22T13:09:31-04:00

Spoken back to life: Karonhianonha Francis on Kanien’kéha

2024-04-15T15:38:40-04:00

In the third part of the “Spoken back to life” digital series, singer and cultural educator Karonhianonha Francis speaks with Biinaagami on being in connection with water and language

Spoken back to life: Karonhianonha Francis on Kanien’kéha2024-04-15T15:38:40-04:00