Wildlife Nature Walk Are you planning a local trip with your family? Perhaps you are out for a socially distanced walk in your neighbourhood, or birdwatching in your backyard? Bring your device with you and record any wildlife you see with the help of ArcGIS Online! How to participate in the Youth Wildlife Photo Survey … Continue reading Take ArcGIS Online on your next nature walk!
The CreeGeo Education team traveled to Moose Factory, Ontario to work with a group of talented Grade 11 students at Delores D. Echum Composite School. Mrs. P's Introduction to Spatial Technologies class was one of the participants in World GIS Day on November 13th, 2019. They were joined by many others across the globe. Click/tap … Continue reading GIS Day 2019 in Moose Factory, Ontario
Click on the image below to take you to the second glideshow in our CreeGeo Photo Stories series, "Chapleau Cree First Nation", and see a group of Eco Warriors at work:
It's finally March, and that means the official start of the seasonal cycle in the Omushkego culture. In the Omushkego Cycle of Life (Ininiwi Pimatisiwin), there are six seasons, beginning with Spring, or Sikwan. Next comes the Blooming of the Earth (Miloskamin), then Summer (Nipin), Autumn (Takwakin), Freezing Up (Mikishaw) and finally, Winter (Pipon). Spring … Continue reading Spring Clean-Up with Litterati and Google Maps