About Melody Crowe

Melody Crowe is an Ojibway Woman from the Alderville First Nation which is located on the South Shore of

Rice Lake Ontario, Canada. 

Her Contributions

      & Awards

  1. -More than 25  years of teaching the Ojibway Language and Culture  to Children, Youth, Adults and Elders.

  2. -Recipient of the Honouring our People Award Sept 2015 from the Ogemawahj Tribal Council.

  3. -Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient for her work in the Preservation of Language and Culture from the Union of Ontario Indians - 2007.

  4. -Honours B.A. in Native Studies from Trent University.

  5. -Recipient of the Joyce Moonias Award form Trent University. 

  6. -Recipient of the K.E Kidd Award

  7. -First Nation Education Liaison for the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board since 2001.

  8. -Eagle Feather Carrier

  9. -6 year term as a Juror for the James Bartleman Aboriginal Youth Creative Writing Awards

  10. -Professional Photographic Artist

  11. -Ojibway Language & Cultural Preservationist

Our Next Project

“What We Want You to Know” a First Nation short documentary -  Scheduled to begin filming in 2017.


Boozhoo and welcome to Aandeg Productions!

It has long been a passion and calling for me to create a deeper understanding and appreciation of

First Nations Peoples. 

The First Nations People of this land hold so much wisdom and knowledge... and have contributed so much to the world that we live in today...

I have always held an incredibly high regard for our Ancestors.  It was our Ancestors who did their very best for us, just as we look ahead to do our best for those generations yet to come.

Having the opportunity to share with others the language and the teachings of our elders through books, learning resources, videos, classes and public presentations is such a privilege and an honour.

It is my hope that through Aandeg Productions you will be inspired & have a richer learning experience by the various resources we produce. 

Miigwech, Melody Crowe

Alderville First Nation

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Dedicated to creating a deeper understanding and appreciation of

First Nation culture, knowledge,

language and wisdom.