Land Acknowledgement

The Society of the Grasslands Naturalists honours and acknowledges that we live and work on the traditional territories of the First Nations People of Treaty 7, Treaty 4 and Metis people who share a deep history with this land.

We recognize and respect cultural heritages and relationships to the land. We extend our hands in peace and friendship to all indigenous peoples who have made these places their homes since time immemorial, as we forge together towards a relationship of reconciliation, respect and healing.

Coming Indigenous Events

National Indigenous History Month

‘The Hills are Alive’, Métis cultural event

National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration

Previous Events

Kiskihkeyimowin Shared Good Teaching Event

  • 8-12 May 2023
  • Sponsored by the Medicine Hat Public School Division in partnership with the Medicine Hat College and Miywasin Friendship Centre. For Grades 4-10.
  • Medicine Hat Public School Division

Photo by Deborah Forbes, used with permission

Books Introduced at the 23 May 2023 General Meeting

  • ‘Indigenous Relations, Insights, Tips & Suggestions to Make Reconciliation a Reality’ by Bob Joseph with Cynthia P. Joseph, Indigenous Relations Press, 2019.*
  • ’21 Things You May not Know about the Indian Act’ by Bob Joseph, Indigenous Relations Press, 2019.*
  • ‘The Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada’ by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society/Canadian Geographic, 2018.*
  • ‘Connecting Resilience Indigenous Truth & Reconciliation –‘CRITR’ Workbook’. Three separate books for ‘Grade 5-7′,’Grade 8-12’ and ‘Business’, Classroom Ready, 2022.**

*Available at the Medicine Hat Public Library

** Available at Staples and