How well do you know your place? Having a sense of place means far more than what makes a location special or unique; rather, it is an abiding connection to place so deep that it defines one's identity, how one thinks, and how one lives in a given landscape. The land and its seasonal round become the teacher, binding a people to a place, shaping habits of mind, and worldviews.

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Building Worldviews Curriculum
The focus of this curriculum is on building cross-cultural relationships between traditional Bitterroot Salish ~ Pend d'Oreille world...
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Flathead Indian Reservation Tour
Features you will see on this tour include the Mission Mountain Tribal Wilderness, National Bison Range, Flathead Lake, Kerr Dam, The...
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Sense of Place Video
This two minute video examines what it means to know a place well. Image Credits: Archives & Special Collections, The Universit...
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