June 1, 12 pm-1 pm
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- RSVP to Peg Furshong, CURE, 320-269-2985, Peg@cureriver.org
Join our discussion with Ella Robertson and Eric Wana from the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate near Peaver, S. Dak. They are using hard work, perseverance, entrepreneurial spirit, and resilience to recover traditional farming methods and practices. We will discuss their deep connections to the land, their current projects and practices, and what they hope to pass along to future generations.
This is a project partnership involving the Office of Sustainability - University of Minnesota Morris, Stevens County Soil & Water Conservation District, and CURE (Clean Up the River Environment), in cooperation with the Land Stewardship Project. It's part of our work as a We Are Water West Central Minnesota team.
The March 9 event is part two of a six-part series that began Feb. 16 and is running through June 1. For more information and details, click here.
Our shared goal is to amplify the stories of people who are using conservation practices that have important regenerative potential while reducing the impacts on climate change. These practices improve soil health and water quality — and grow deep connections to the land and those who came before them. These are stories from practitioners, people with their boots on the ground, soil under their fingernails. Together, these storytellers are from different backgrounds, cultures, and generations.
Crucially, we are at a critical moment where we need to hear the perspectives of path-builders who are catalyzing change in themselves and their communities. Together, we can build a positive rural vision, one that builds stronger lives, livelihoods, lands. We change — when our ideas about what is possible change.