To move forward as agents of positive change, it is imperative that we take action with awareness and clarity. The interactive format of this workshop will be based on The Work That Reconnects, a practice and methodology developed by environmental activist and scholar Joanna Macy. Through the use of small group dialogue and circle sharing, this work helps people transform despair and apathy, in the face of overwhelming social and ecological crises, into constructive, collaborative action.
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Social Permaculture: Decolonization.
We are honored to host James Skeet for the second in our three-part Social Permaculture Series. James is a Native American leader who has over 35 years of experience in cross-cultural speaking at reconciliation events and sharing the condition and challenges of Native people. He is the executive director of Covenant Pathways, which focuses on reconnecting Indigenous peoples to the land through traditional Native farming practices. His work aims at the restoration and protection of sacred land, better health outcomes, and increased understanding of Native Cosmology and connection to land and food.
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