NATURAL CURIOSITY 2021 WEBINAR SERIES: EMBRACING THE SHIFT - PART 5: RECONNECTING WITH AKI

NATURAL CURIOSITY 2021 WEBINAR SERIES: EMBRACING THE SHIFT - PART 5: RECONNECTING WITH AKI

Book authors: Doug Anderson, Julie Comay, Lorraine Chiarotto

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World Rights
Publication date: June 2021
ISBN 978077272633X
Our price: $10.00
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This is the second webinar of Natural Curiosity's 2021 series, Embracing the Shift, titled Reconnecting with Aki. On Thursday, June 17th, 7:00 - 8:30PM (EDT) we were joined by Joe Pitawanakwat (Creators Garden) and Doug Anderson (Co-Author of Natural Curiosity). Joe is a native plant expert and educator whose passion involves raising awareness about plant identification, beyond-sustainable harvesting, and teaching about plants' linguistic, historical, cultural, edible, ecological and medicinal significance through experiential learning. This webinar will emphasize the importance of holding relationship with the land and knowing our non-human others, while making connections between traditional knowledge and western science.

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Joseph Pitawanakwat, Founder and Director, Creators Garden

Joseph is Ojibway from Wiikwemkoong, married with one daughter. He is the Founder & Director of Creators Garden, an Indigenous outdoor, and now online, education based business, focused on plant identification, beyond-sustainable harvesting, and teaching every one of their linguistic, historical, cultural, edible, ecological and medicinal significance through experiences. His lectures and intensive programming are easily adaptable to make appropriate and have been successfully delivered to a variety of organizations. Including over 100 first nations communities, 20 Universities and 12 colleges and dozens of various institutions throughout Canada and the United States and beyond. He is currently a Masters Student in the MES program at York University, but has learned from hundreds of traditional knowledge holders and is uniquely blending and reinforcing it with and array of western sciences.

Doug Anderson, Co-Author of Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition

Doug Anderson is Métis (Bungee). His family is originally from Reedy Creek and Kinesota, Manitoba, and BC, and he grew up in Ontario. He has been the Creative and Strategic Director at Invert Media since 2003 and has consulted on Indigenous education and program development across Canada for over 25 years. Since 2001, he has been devoted to research and writing on Indigenous histories and cultures, translating them to contemporary education systems and media. Since 2010, his focus has been on learning in the land, mostly in the city. He enjoys designing new ethical platforms for Indigenous knowledge, and is committed to supporting the preservation of these forms of knowledge as models for thinking and problem solving in the 21st century. Doug worked at both the government and community levels for many years in the development, delivery and evaluation of learning programs, and has many years of front line experience in building learning and training opportunities for community members of all ages and levels of learning.