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Educators invited to apply for workshop in Yellowstone about implementing curriculum on buffalo


Educators from across the United States are invited to apply to participate in a weeklong workshop focused on implementing curriculum about the history and revitalization of buffalo. The residential program will be held near Gardiner outside Yellowstone National Park.

The new Buffalo Nations Landmarks program is a collaboration between Fort Peck Community College, Montana State University and Missoula-based Ecology Project International. The program recognizes the importance of revitalizing relationships between the Indigenous peoples and nations who relied on the buffalo as their primary source of food and products, the American bison, and the lands within and surrounding Yellowstone National Park, according to its website.

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