Curriculum infused with the personal perspective of a First Language (FL) Ojibwe Speaker is almost non-existent. A new approach for inclusion of the viewpoint of a FL speaker into classroom lessons is imperative to address the achievement gap for Native American (NA) students. The approach will not only affect the NA students but the students they will have a class with as well. The project is presented with written teachings in Ojibwe then in English representative of the oral tradition of the Ojibwe people from Lake Superior. A strong Identity is critical to the development of diversity in an ever-increasing change in the Human demographic. This curriculum project was made possible with the help of the wisdom of my elders, coupled with an understanding developed by the traditional teachings of my family and an Ojibwe Environmental Knowledge (OEK) developed over centuries.