Spring Solidarity: Nature Protection and Connection Guild

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Date(s) - 25/03/2021
7:15 pm - 8:45 pm

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Every-other week. 4 sessions. Thursday evenings 7:15-8:45pm PST
March 25, April 8, 22, May 6

Are you a Land or Water Protector? Do you want to be?

In this virtual guild we will bring our minds together to explore how the energy of our lives can shape and transform the world around us. We will practice taking our bearings from the land, and so be informed by our connections to human and more-that-human relations (plant, animal, stone, ancestor…)

What do you love? How do you care for it? This is an invitation to move towards action with others. You are welcome as you are.

Through discussions and short readings we will explore a range of topics including:

Emergent Strategy. Affinity. Communication with the natural world as inspiration and anchor. First steps on how to engage. Who and what do we speak for? Evaluating tactics. Asking We Walk: a method for self-reflective engagement and healing. Skills for self-care and balance. 

Sara Ross loves the natural world and doesn’t want humans to destroy it all. She is currently protecting Water, Land, Indigenous Rights (and our liveable future on the planet) by stopping the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Using media, art, birds, land-walking, and community organizing Sara works with others for a healthier planet. She is particularly energized by seeking collaboration with others, and loves to spin wool at the front lines. 

Bookings

$60.00