Posts Tagged "Reconciliation in the Watershed"


Watershed Re-Orientation Workshop

This workshop is part of Water Watchers’ Watershed 4 event series: Towards Decolonizing & Water Justice. Event 3: Watershed Re-Orientation Beth loves maps and in her own journey of decolonization she has explored how mapping, as a largely colonial exercise,…

Decolonizing Ourselves: Healing Haunted Histories

September 2, 2022

On August 27, 2022, Muskeg Lake Cree Nation hosted a group of 45 (mostly) settlers, reflecting on the theme of “Decolonizing Ourselves: Healing Haunted Histories.” The event’s title was drawn from the book by Elaine Enns and Ched Meyers, Healing Haunted…

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Watershed 2020

Hosted by Wellington Water Watchers, Watershed 2020 is a digital convention to define the pathway towards a water justice agenda in Ontario. With plenary sessions, special guests, workshops, working sessions, networking, on-demand content, and an Expo Area featuring digital booths…

Creating a new relationship with our forests NOW

September 25, 2019

This summer I co-led the KAIROS Rolling Justice Bus ‘Forests Forever’ tour. The tour was about Connecting the Dots, about how everything in a watershed is connected. What we do to one part of a watershed we do to everyone…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice, Regional News