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INT 380: Anishanaabek Lifeways
During the Fall 2021 semester students have learned about Michigan Indigenous history through land based education. Led and taught by Professor Andrea Riley-Mukavetz, the class walked to the ravines to harvest paw paws, an Indigenous to Michigan and North America. Another day found them in the kitchen with Indigenous chef and GVSU student Cam Stott preparing and enjoying manoomin (wild rice) including the traditional harvesting practices and nutritional benefits.