Browse through a number of ongoing projects that Plenty Canada is either running or a part of.
Landscape of Nations 360 Degrees
Landscape of Nations is a project founded on the premises of remembering the indigenous warriors who fought in key battles during the War of 1812 alongside the British and Canadians. The project works to build on to the Covenant Chain of Friendship that still remains today. Landscape of Nations 360 will create, and host educational programs intended to convey and increase the meaning and messages of Landscape of Nations: The Six Nations & Native Allies Commemorative Memorial that was introduced October 2, 2016 in Queenston Heights Park, and other historic markers and sites within the Niagara Region, such as the First Nation's Peace Monument.
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Indigenous Cultural Map of the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve
Plenty Canada developed a working relationship with the Canadian Commission for United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (CCUNESCO) in 2017 to explore how best to engage and include Indigenous peoples in the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve. The Indigenous Cultural Map is a project created by Plenty Canada in partnership with the Niagara Escarpment Commission and First Nations representatives that call the Niagara Escarpment home. The Indigenous Cultural Map is an online platform to reassert the presence of multiple First Nations peoples' history, language, stories and songs on their territories. The purpose of this project is to re-establish Indigenous voices and presence upon this ancient and special geological formation that was previously invisible to the biosphere reserve and other communities. The online interactive map of the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve will showcase multiple First Nations peoples' knowledge, relationship and culture unique to these carefully chosen, special locations. This project aims to re-establish Indigenous voice upon this ancient and special geological information that was previously invisible to the biosphere reserve.