A lifestyle based on traditional ecological knowledge
The Métis and Ojibwe people followed a seasonal subsistence cycle that worked with the traditional ecological knowledge of the landscape, animals, plants, and weather. Each season, different resources were hunted, fished, gathered, and trapped to ensure the survival of the Anishinaabe people from year to year and generation to generation. Below is a breakdown of typical activities each season.
A collaborative effort of members of the Ojibwe and Metis communities