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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In February, Lisa was honoured to be the plenary speaker at the 2014 Heritage Saskatchewan Forum entitled The Landscapes of Living Heritage. Held in Saskatoon, the Forum brought together a large and diverse audience of heritage professionals from around the province. Her presentation, Looking to Landscape: Shifting our Approach to Heritage, outlined some of the characteristics and advantages […]
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March has been an in-depth month of Cultural Landscape discussion, from the foundational theme of culture-nature bondedness. Renate Sander-Regier kicked off this spring’s Willowbank Lectures with a lively discussion about human-nature relations. The lectures have become a springtime ritual, when Willowbank hosts the community after a long winter, and neighbours discuss brain-tickling topics over coffee. […]
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