Wabanaki science in Acadia

The Wabanaki, People of the Dawn—the Maliseet, Micmac, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot—have lived in the Acadia region since time immemorial. Through their interactions with land, water, sea, and sky, they cultivate knowledge that sustains and transforms their identity. Gathering sweetgrass and shellfish were once common activities along the shores of what is now Acadia National Park. Today, Wabanaki scientists are leading efforts to renew cultural practices in their homelands and re-narrate their own histories.

Feature story in Park Science magazine.