79 Little Pigeon Bay Rd
The School of Indigenous Learning provides a cultural environment using Anishinaabeg traditional knowledge and land based survival skills in the “old way” living style. It is a place to grow and learn within ourselves so that we can walk the good life by becoming more empowered, self-reliant, self-confident and in tune with mother earth who gives us all we need to survive.
Jeordi is an Ojibwe Man of the Land. He works diligently to reclaim the knowledge and practices of the People. Through the School of Indigenous Learning, he has realized a dream to provide a traditional environment where community can learn and participate in cultural land based activities in the Old Way of teaching.
Marlene is a well-known Ojibwe woman and a respected Elder. She has contributed in many ways to the well-being of families and communities across this country. She speaks widely of our collective responsibility to Mother earth and to creating a better future for the Young People through Tradition and Spirituality.
Dorothy was raised in a rural community, and the majority of her early years were spent outdoors and living off the land. She is a volunteer for several organizations that deal with Justice, Health and supporting Families. Dorothy currently works for Animbiigoo Zaagi’igan Anishinaabek as a Family Support Worker, and she enjoy practicing her culture and helping others to do so.