Join us for a walk discussing indigenous wisdom and the natural world.
The Loess Hills are a unique landform with abundant natural and cultural history. The area has changed significantly from pre-settlement times to the days when Lewis & Clark explored the area to today. Join Dustin Clayton and Taylor Keen on a walk discussing the land, flora, fauna, and people in the Loess Hills over time.
Taylor Keen is a teacher, community builder, Native American thought leader, a member of both the Omaha Tribe and the Cherokee Nation, and a professor of business at Creighton University. Dustin Clayton is a lifelong student of the forest and a longtime practitioner of a number of Earth Based skills.
Meet at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center--27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek, IA 51542
Event is free with park admission ($3 per vehicle).
Contact Project Coordinator Lance Brisbois at firstname.lastname@example.org / 712.482.3029.