Cree Culture, Natural Resources and Sustainability

Cree Culture, Natural Resources, and Sustainability is an interdisciplinary course that involves reading and group discussions for self-motivated juniors, seniors, and graduate students. The course involves a 10-day experiential learning trip to the James Bay region of northern Quebec. Students learn about the complex influences of a global market for energy and natural resources on the forests and indigenous people of northern Quebec.

Program Type: 

Course Name and Number: 

Cree Culture, NatRes&Sustnblty;NRC 579;54270

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Program Participation: 

Program identifies community participants.

Program Start (and End Dates): 

September 1, 2012

Partner(s): 

Hulbert Outdoor Center
2968 Lake Morey Road
Fairlee, VT 05045
United States

Program Director: 

Paul Barten

Program Director's Email Address: 

Program Contact: 

Paul Barten

Contact Email: 

UNIT: Colleges, Schools, Departments, Centers, and Institutes: 

College of Natural Sciences/Environmental Conservation

Number of faculty involved: 

Student Involvement: 

Yes

This Project Receives External Funding: 

No

Assessment Mechanism: 

No