The people who work with the land know our land intimately. They also know that significant changes in our soil, water, and wildlife habitats are causing big problems for everyone living on the land. To find solutions to these problems, let’s call on our most experienced allies: farmers, hunters, anglers, woodlot owners, beekeepers, gardeners, kayakers, and hikers.
Indigenous Talking Circles are an ancient and traditional way of sharing knowledge, finding solutions, and building community. This tool will be the central part of the Knowledge Circles Project, delivering a grassroots model of inclusive leadership across the region from Georgian Bay to the Frontenac Arch. This project will give a voice to the people and the land and will result in renewed relationships and capacity within our communities.