Expanding on last year’s theme of “Sharing the Land,” presentations will focus on how we relate to the land in a changing world. By the age of seven each one of us has been immersed in a cultural milieu we inherit from previous generations. As we grow, our cultural perspective & worldview are adapted to meet changing needs and circumstances. Through interactive exercises, conversation and performance we will explore different cultural perspectives and contemporary values related to our understanding of place, our relationship with the land and how we care for the land that sustains us all. Creating a shared future depends on it.

Sessions include:

• Conversation with Trevor Herriot, Saskatchewan based writer - naturalist - activist
• Discussion on Faith Perspectives on the Land
• Discussion on Values, Policy and the Land
• Performance by “Songwriting for Nature” artists

The cost to attend is $10.00 + GST.  If you would like to attend but the registration fee is a barrier, please contact organizers for registration options.

Refreshments, including lunch, will be provided.

Limited parking is available in the parking lot at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum.  Additional complimentary parkings is available in Lot 20, College Avenue Campus.  Please follow this link for a parking map:  https://www.uregina.ca/fm/parking/events/2018/05/living-heritage.html

Event Details

08:30 AM - 04:30 PM CST
Royal Saskatchewan Museum, 2445 Albert Street, Regina
Event Communiqué & Agenda


Karen Jaster-Laforge

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