our mission

Engaging creative practice to build resilient social-ecological systems that support clean water, racial equity, and youth empowerment.

As the result of years of team building and receiving the legacy of the Neahtawanta Research and Education Center, Title Track launched on Earth Day 2019 to bring enriching collaborative programs and content benefitting people and place. Founded by Michigan singer-songwriter and activist, Seth Bernard, Title Track offers a broad set of programming built upon the diverse strengths and experience of its team. From Racial Justice trainings in Northern Michigan, to Indigenous-led youth music and nature camps in Flint, to the State of Water podcast and the Clean Water Campaign mini-documentary series, Title Track’s offerings are vibrant expressions of its mission, infused with creativity and passion.