What are 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 managed at community levels. Help chart the state of our community’s land and wildlife and find solutions for a living planet, and ecosystems.
Join in on Talking Circles with Indigenous Elders, local high school students, and Land Between leaders…starting in March until June 2020.
Submit and expression of interest to attend here:
Circles will be held in local schools in Muskoka, Haliburton, City of Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough and Hastings.
Circles are generously sponsored by:
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. This way we can respond to changes and find effective solutions today and for future generations. Land Knowledge Circles are Traditional democratic and inclusive forums to gain insight, find solutions and also build capacity for our communities.