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28th of June, 2016
A quick update from the field
Our CI’s reported that today, “Students hiked to the top of Black Elk Peak, formerly known as Harney Peak, to share in the rituals of tobacco offerings and recreating and remembering the journeys that many Lakota took from the reservation to their sacred mountain in the Black Hills.”
After three days of working in Dora, seven students planted 300+/- trees. The trees will help prevent erosion, will provide wood, and will make the area even more beautiful. It was very satisfying to leave the worksite and see all our progress. We had a lovely lunch then went to play basketball. Basketball was really...
When shoveling the irrigation systems at the center, we all had to work together and help each other out. There were no leaders or group members with higher authority, but we all were equals in the process, as Jessica taught us, allows organizations to thrive. It also helped us to understand that everyone working at...