The “Gikinoo’wizhiwe Onji Waaban (Guiding for Tomorrow) or “G-WOW” is a unique model for increasing climate change literacy that integrates scientific research with place-based evidence of climate impacts on traditional cultural practices of the Lake Superior Ojibwe Indians, and therefore all people. Because the G-WOW model is based on investigating climate change on the sustainability of a key species that a cultural practice depends on, it can be adapted to other cultures and locations. The G-WOW service learning website guides learners in connecting culture with science, developing a climate change hypothesis, and engaging in climate change service learning. Results are shared on the website’s “talking circle” project blog. The website features resource links, videos, interactive maps, teacher resources, and games that challenge learners to investigate if culture and science agree that climate change is affecting all cultures and what we can do about it. G-WOW Changing Climate, Changing Culture teacher professional development institutes are offered each summer.