The Land Between is building the capacity for inclusive governance and grassroots stewardship across the region.
WE WANT YOU!
Who knows the Land? Who can speak for the Land?
Who cares for the Land?
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 and building community.
These events are to share observations of the natural landscape and to give voice to the people and their life on the land on the land. Farmers, hunters, anglers, beekeepers, gardener, nature-lovers, kayakers and hikers…You are invited to the Circle events. Bring your testimonies and stories.
POLITICAL AGENDAS ARE COUNTER-PRODUCTIVE TO THESE GATHERINGS. THESE ARE GRASSROOTS EFFORTS
LAND KNOWLEDGE CIRCLES WILL BE HELD ACROSS THE REGION ON SATURDAYS FROM 10AM TO 4PM
- September 16th, Gravenhurst, Centennial Centre Terry Fox Room, 101 Centennial Dr.
- October 14th, Buckhorn Community Centre 1801 Lakehurst Rd.
- October 28th, Verona Lions Club, 4504 Verona Sand Rd
- November 4th, Madoc, Hastings Arts Centre 230 Durham St. South
At the Knowledge Circles you will make new friends and find many with like concerns.
There is no charge for these events, and lunch is provided.
Space is limited, so register early
Call Leora at 705-457-4838