Ambassador program participants focus on sustainability

Six Nations Polytecnics’ Amabassador program visited the Indigenous Food Soverignty learning centre’s earthship under construction on Chiefswood Road. (SNP photo)

By Rick De Vries Writer Providing a greenhouse for the public to access and grow their own food would help provide food sustainability to Six Nations. Reduce, reuse and recycle should become Six Nations mantra says a student concerned with Six Nations overflowing landfill site. Cutting of Six Nations trees has resulted in short, stunted, gnarly trees replacing the large healthy trees of 100 years ago, says a another student. A need for a greenhouse, recycling and tree growth were all part of the findings of Six Nations Polytechnic’s Hodinohso:ni Ambassador student’s program For the third straight year, a group of Six Nations youth undertook sustainability-related presentations said program manager Nicole Martin says each group had excellent ideas. The 15 youth members of the Hodinohso:ni Ambassador Program presented their ideas…

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