Informing our understanding of conservation, biodiversity and natural sciences through Indigenous literature.

You're invited

Learn more about Indigenous ways of knowing and traditional ecological knowledge. Join our virtual book club where we will explore Indigenous knowledges and how they can inform and expand our understanding of conservation, biodiversity, natural sciences and wellness.

How it works

Starting November 2, 2021, join us for our second book club where, in an online ‘lunch and learn’ format, we will be reading and discussing Spirit Gifting: The concept of spiritual exchange. Join us to explore a new path through a traditional Métis worldview to holistic wellness through author Elmer Ghostkeeper’s first person narrative.

  • November 2: Initial participant meet and greet
  • November 23: Section 1  Pg 1-39 (up to Nochetowi Pisim)
  • December 14: Section 2 Pg 39-87

Register today.

Get the book

Ask at your local bookstore or purchase it online.

Added bonus

Everyone who attends a book club meeting will be entered into a draw for a prize from Raven Reads.

Project Lead

Beaver Hills Biosphere Reserve Association

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Have questions?

Email Bob Montgomery, Indigenous Engagement Coordinator


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