What is the state of our resources? Are wildlife populations sustainable? Is our Land productive?  Is the capacity for renewal in tact? Land and wildlife are the basis of our collective identity and well being, yet they are no longer effectively managed at the community level.  Help us chart the state of our community’s land and wildlife.  Let’s get back to the Land and our communities. Let’s get back to grassroots!  Land Knowledge Circles are Traditional democratic and inclusive forums to gain insight and build capacity in our communities.

Anglers, beekeepers, bait fish operators, farmers, foresters, gardeners, hunters, road crews,  naturalists…. WE WANT YOU!

Brought to you by The Land Between charity in partnership with Curve Lake First Nation


Talking Circles are for the public

We are faced with increasingly complex issues and demands. More than ever, it is imperative and wise to include the diversity of all stakeholders in order to find innovative and fair solutions that will be effective and beneficial today and to support future generations.

Download and share the event poster Talking Circles were held in 2017 across The Land Between bioregion. Proceedings from these events will be summarized and published as the first comprehensive account from citizens of the bioregion.

Add to the dialogue. Share your observations through our surveys or keep the conversation going by joining our platform FrogCirlce

The Land Between bioregion extends from the Georgian Bay Coast to the Ottawa Valley.

Coming soon …A Talking Circle near you!

For more information call Leora at 705-457-4838


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