Land Acknowledgement Commitment

We acknowledge the land we stand upon today, along the Scioto River Valley, is the original homeland and within the traditional territories of the Hopewell and Adena Cultures, the Shawnee Tribe, the Ojibwa Tribe (also called the Chippewa Tribe), the Lenape Tribe, the Wyandot Tribe, the Eel River Tribe, the Kaskaskia Tribe, the Erie Tribe, the Iroquois Tribe, the Miami Tribe, the Munsee Tribe, the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe, the Ottawa Tribe, the Piankashaw Tribe, the Sauk Tribe, the Potawatomi Tribe, the Seneca Tribe, and the Wea Tribe. 

We take this moment to honor these ancestral grounds and show gratitude to the strength and fortitude of all Indigenous people, past, present and generations to come.  

Further, we acknowledge that this land holds immense significance for its original stewards and we are committed to learning more and disseminating knowledge of its history. 

WEDS-SUN 10 A.M. - 5 P.M.
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