1. List some of the ways that you see reinhabitation and decolonization happening throughout the narrative.
There are many examples of this early on in the document. I think by creating the audio documentary and passing on some of the traditional information covered to that wide range of people really helps with the decolonization. Keeping people informed and why they should respect certain things and becoming aware of why things are important helps a great deal. Going on the excursion with the youth and elders is awesome too. Actually learning about why the land is so important to them and then teaching them the ways of the land is a great step towards reinhabitation. Also sharing some of that linguistic knowledge and other information that would be less enticing if you were in a school, sitting down in a desk. Plus it's very unlikely that schools would even offer the information that was gained from this trip. Which makes projects like this even more important!
2. How might you adapt these ideas to considering place in your own subject areas and teaching?
Going outdoors is a great way to start. By being in the environment it is significantly easier to convey the importance of the land to your students. So, that is where I would begin. Then teaching them the history of Regina or where ever I may be teaching at the time, the overall importance of the land. Also if the option is available maybe getting an elder in to speak with my students. So s/he could teach them some valuable information about the land would be a cool idea.