CMN Sustainable Development Institute
The Sustainable Development Institute (SDI) is dedicated to examining sustainability issues and applying them to the Menominee model of sustainable development. Explore the SDI webpage to learn more about internship opportunities, gardening initiatives, climate change projects, and much more!
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Menominee Tribal Enterprises
Menominee Tribal Enterprises is committed to excellence in the sustainable forest management. Learn more about sustain yield forestry and how MTE continues to lead the way in sustainability.
(Image courtesy of Menominee Tribal Enterprises / http://www.mtewood.com/Contact%20Us/contactus.html)
Indigenous People and Sustainability
The following are materials you might find useful related to indigenous peoples and issues of sustainability. Come explore the Library and Special Collections to discover even more!
Sustainability and Higher Education
Here are some books on sustainability and higher education. There are more in the Library! Come take a look!
Here are some fiction books that deal with environmental issues.
Sustainability and Sustainable Development
Here is a small sample of materials in the Library that might be useful when doing general research related to sustainability and sustainable development. Visit us in person to find more!
Food for Thought
The following video, called "Food for Thought," was made by the 2014 Sustainability Leadership Cohort, a group of high school students committed to acting as change agents in their communities.
(Video courtesy of Wisconsin FastPlants Project and POSOH / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KysrY9IYg1c&index=1&list=UUtrx_taO4DM2P5YOxXDQYWw)
The Story of Stuff
(Video courtesy of StoryofStuffProject / http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GorqroigqM)
A Short, Funny Explanation of Sustainability
(Video courtesy of RealEyesvideo / http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5NiTN0chj0)
Materials on Forestry and Natural Resources
Here is a small sample of materials that might be useful when researching forestry and natural resources, including Menominee forestry and Menominee Tribal Enterprises. Visit us in person to find more!
Sustainability is such a broad topic! The following materials are examples of just a few of the many applications of sustainability to different subjects! What others can you think of?
Tell Us What You Think!
Menominee Indian Tribe & Menominee Indian Reservation
The following are Special Collections-specific materials related to the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, the Menominee Reservation, Legend Lake, and sustainability topics. Check out the Library and Special Collections for more!
(Image courtesy of Menominee Tribal Police Home Page / http://metp.menominee-nsn.gov/Default.aspx)
"POSOH" means "Hello" in Menominee language, but it also stands for "Place-based Opportunities for Sustainable Outcomes and High-hopes." The POSOH project is a joint venture between UW-Madison, the College of Menominee Nation, and educators, with the goal of fusing traditional indigenous knowledge with scientific knowledge in science teaching and learning. Explore the project's webpage to learn more!
(Image courtesy of POSOH project / http://posohproject.org/)
Sustainable Development Timelines
Check out the following sustainable development timelines to get an idea what different organizations consider to be landmark events...
(Image courtesy of Durham University / http://www.dur.ac.uk/4schools/History/Timeline.htm)
Forest Ecology Summer Institute Materials
Offers researchers the ability to retrieve high-resolution, scanned images of journal issues and pages as they were originally designed, printed, and illustrated. The journals archived in JSTOR span many disciplines.
This is a subscription service that is available to CMN students, staff, & faculty only. You must access this site on campus.
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Badgerlink provides access to journals, magazines, & newspapers for Wisconsin residents.
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