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Calling all artists, nature enthusiasts, historians, researchers and more for a fall semester fellowship in support of Native ecology and Indigenous livelihoods!
What does it mean for us to live and study on Piscataway lands? 
Landing in Piscataway Terrain is an experiential service art Project in which students will visit Piscataway Park, site of Piscataway villages for thousands of years, in order to remove invasive plant species and learn about Native ecology. Then we'll bring these lessons back to campus, exploring how GW's landscape can better promote Native plants and how we can be in more right relationship all Indigenous peoples of DC. 
For more information and to apply, click here
Landing in Piscataway Terrain is an initiative of graduate student Shawn Shafner (MFA Social Practice Art) in partnership with the Accokeek Foundation at Piscataway Park, and was made possible through a generous Public Service Grant Commission from GW's Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service. For more information about the relationship between the Accokeek Foundation and the Piscataway tribe, click here. 

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