Centre News – Spring 2014

In part to accompany the announcement of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales agreeing to become the new Royal Patron of Willowbank, Julian and Lisa were invited in May to participate in The Prince’s Roundtable on Urban Sustainability in Winnipeg. Hosted by the Prince’s Foundation for Building Community, urban thinkers from across the country were invited […]

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HRH The Prince of Wales

Queenston, Ontario, Canada – May 21, 2014 The Prince of Wales becomes Royal Patron of Willowbank The Willowbank School of Restoration Arts is honoured to announce that HRH The Prince of Wales has agreed to become its new Royal Patron. The announcement was made on the occasion of The Prince’s 17th visit to Canada. Willowbank, …

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Recognizing the [invisible] bond between humans and landscape

This Saturday (March 29 at 10 am!) Sophia Rabliauskas of Poplar River First Nation will be presenting on the meeting ground between culture and nature. Her topic, “Spiritual connection with the land: sustaining traditional territory” and her role in protecting the boreal forests of Manitoba, are of particular personal interest. The Poplar First Nation is […]

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