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Learning from Indigenous Ways of Knowing is a blog post from Heather Krause at We All Count (a project for equity in data science) which explores "existing ways that Indigenous cultures around the world create knowledge and solve problems with data." The blog is a living document and the team is actively looking for feedback and improvements from the community.

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Monitoring and Evaluation, Media, Blogs
watermelon magic
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Aa children's/family film, Watermelon Magic effortlessly illustrates elementary scientific concepts centered on the benefits of growing your own food starting with a few seeds in the backyard. Through humor and drama, audiences experience the challenges and rewards from farm-to-table and community-supported agriculture. Charming!

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Media, Video
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Each spring Long Live the Kings, a Pacific Northwest salmon nonprofit, invites educators and the general public to pick their favorite fish, join a team, and watch an epic 5 day migration in early May. The activities in this toolkit are designed to accompany the migration, which is from May 3-7 in 2021. Start with a quick look at the Curriculum Overview and Journal and use the activities and resources in your lesson plans as needed.

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