RSVP: Stewardship and Belonging, 3-part community conversations
Stewardship and Belonging, a three-part community conversation

In our last conversation series titled ‘Making Land Stewardship Relevant, Relatable, and Inclusive' with Yakuta Poonawalla, we explored: The power of storytelling to break down barriers; The need to lead with and center Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion values in all aspects of our work; and Connecting communities to science and nature through relevant programs and engagement.

These hour-long conversations have brought us together during very challenging and demanding times, and given us an opportunity to learn from each other and grow together. We hope they led to some new openings for everyone who attended. We learned that this work can only strengthen and deepen further through collective effort.

We invite you to another series of Community Conversations to continue to dive deeper. In this next series, we will devote time to specific topics and expand our conversations as we individually and collectively learn and explore. Please come prepared to share your learnings, and support each other in doing so too.  

Will you join us?  

+ April 22 from 10-11am - Stewardship and Indigenous Wisdom 
+ May 11 from 3-4pm - Open House as part of the TOGETHER Spring Summit  
+ June 17 from 10-11am - Stewardship and Environmental Justice  

The Stewardship and Belonging Community Conversation series is free and open to anyone who is interested. You can attend one, two or all of the sessions. 

Contact: Annie Burke,

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