CampKinoMaageat the University ofMichigan Biological StationPellston, MichiganSummer 2012
   Dana Sitzler,                Camp Kinomaage is a    Associate Director from       week-long, hands-on    the Office o...
Allison Yee, Masters in Public Health Candidate 2013 andCamp KinoMaage instructor, helps Sadie Ruppel post herphoto on the...
Students Kyle Restau, Montana Anderson, and Sadie Ruppelpost their photos on the Michigan map. Campers will explore land u...
Jared Childrey, JoshJacobs, and Drake Perezwork on their dreamcatchers. CampKinoMaage, held at the UMBiological Station, c...
Paul Leon (wearing black hat) teaches students how to makedream catchers. (counter clockwise – Students: ChelseaBridges, M...
L. Jared Childrey and Josh Jacobs help each other finish the web oftheir dream catchers as part of Camp KinoMaage cultural...
Paul Leon shows Izzy Fisher howto start the weave on herdream catcher.Photo by Helke Jackson
L. Paul Leon (back row in black hat) taught a dream catcherworkshop as part of Camp KinoMaage cultural activities. Campers...
Scott Herron, Visiting Associate Professor of Biology at the UMBiological Station, explains how the Anishnaabe people made...
Luke Nave (left), Assistant Research Scientist, explains his experimental plot inthe woods to students attending Camp Kino...
Students pictured (front row left to right) Luke Newton, BrendanEdgington, Dylan Johndrow, Brandon Erikson, Vicky Merchbur...
Students pictured (front row left to right) Michael Vanstee, KaylaGordon (UM student counselor), Sam Hintz, Shiann Wabinda...
Students pictured: Dustin Hahn (UM student counselor), SarahMatson, Daniel Dick, Michael Vanstee, Kayla Gonyon (UM student...
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Camp Kinomaage is a week-long, hands-on science summer camp held at the University of Michigan Biological Station on Douglas Lake, near Pellston, Michigan for middle school students from Michigan Native American tribes.

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Camp Kinomaage

  1. 1. CampKinoMaageat the University ofMichigan Biological StationPellston, MichiganSummer 2012
  2. 2.  Dana Sitzler,  Camp Kinomaage is a Associate Director from week-long, hands-on the Office of State science summer camp Outreach within the held at the University of Office of the Vice Michigan Biological President for Station on Douglas Government Relations, Lake, near assisted the Center for Pellston, Michigan for Educational Outreach middle school students (CEO) and the School from Michigan Native of Education (SoE) with American tribes. this annual outreach project. Read more about the Office of State Outreach here.
  3. 3. Allison Yee, Masters in Public Health Candidate 2013 andCamp KinoMaage instructor, helps Sadie Ruppel post herphoto on the Michigan map. Students brought photographsfrom where they live to share during camp. Photo by Dana Sitzler
  4. 4. Students Kyle Restau, Montana Anderson, and Sadie Ruppelpost their photos on the Michigan map. Campers will explore land use issues during their week at theUM Biological Station. Photo by Dana Sitzler
  5. 5. Jared Childrey, JoshJacobs, and Drake Perezwork on their dreamcatchers. CampKinoMaage, held at the UMBiological Station, combinesscience and culturallearning for Anishnaabemiddle school students fromacross the state.Photo by Dana Sitzler
  6. 6. Paul Leon (wearing black hat) teaches students how to makedream catchers. (counter clockwise – Students: ChelseaBridges, Micheal Vanstee, Luke Newton (back to camera), SarahMatson, UM Student Counselor, Dustin Hahn) Photo by Helke Jackson
  7. 7. L. Jared Childrey and Josh Jacobs help each other finish the web oftheir dream catchers as part of Camp KinoMaage cultural activities.Photo by Dana SitzlerR. Drake Perez works to add beads to his dream catcher.Photo by Dana Sitzler
  8. 8. Paul Leon shows Izzy Fisher howto start the weave on herdream catcher.Photo by Helke Jackson
  9. 9. L. Paul Leon (back row in black hat) taught a dream catcherworkshop as part of Camp KinoMaage cultural activities. Campersand staff show off their creations. Photo by Helke Jackson
  10. 10. Scott Herron, Visiting Associate Professor of Biology at the UMBiological Station, explains how the Anishnaabe people made use ofthe resources in the environment such as red willow(mskwaabiiminagoohns). Students, Daniel Dick, Sarah Matson, IzzyFisher, Simone Bisford and Tanna Ziems, listen.Photo by Dana Sitzler
  11. 11. Luke Nave (left), Assistant Research Scientist, explains his experimental plot inthe woods to students attending Camp KinoMaage this week at the UMBiological Station. (front) Dylan Johndrow, Josh Jacobs, Brandon Erickson.(back) Sarah Matson, and Daniel Dick, get an opportunity to interact withthe scientists at the Bio Station and learn about their research work.Photo by Helke Jackson
  12. 12. Students pictured (front row left to right) Luke Newton, BrendanEdgington, Dylan Johndrow, Brandon Erikson, Vicky Merchburger, IzzyFisher, Judah Pemble, (back row left to right) Chelsea Bridges, KyleRestau, Alphonse Pitawanakwat (UM Lecturer Ojibwe Languageprogram), Allison Yee (UM graduate student camp instructor)Photo by Helke Jackson
  13. 13. Students pictured (front row left to right) Michael Vanstee, KaylaGordon (UM student counselor), Sam Hintz, Shiann Wabindato,Jessika Drobek, Josh Jacobs, Drake Perez, Luke Newton, (backrow) Jared Childrey, Chelsea BridgesPhoto by Helke Jackson
  14. 14. Students pictured: Dustin Hahn (UM student counselor), SarahMatson, Daniel Dick, Michael Vanstee, Kayla Gonyon (UM studentcounselor), Sam Hintz, Shiann WabindatoPhoto by Helke Jackson

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