Dr Lee Klinger and Kanyon Coyote Woman - Sudden Oak Life and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (Part 2 of 2)
The Archive of Interconnectedness
by Danielle Parsons
1y ago
One teacher of this episode is the "Oakcentric" Dr. Lee Klinger of Sudden Oak Life. Lee speaks about the relationship of ecological succession and fire within the Oak landscape. The solution is to get to a point where we can let fire return to the ecosystems, allowing for the natural cycles of birth and death to strengthen the landscape. Our other teacher is Kanyon Coyote Woman Sayers Roods of Indian Canyon. She provides her unique perspective and shares Traditional Ecological Knowledge, including wisdom about Elderberries, Bay nuts, and Oak Acorns. For photos from the event, go to my blog pag ..read more
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Kanyon Coyote Woman - Decolonization and Sudden Oak Life - (Part 1 of 2)
The Archive of Interconnectedness
by Danielle Parsons
1y ago
Our teacher of this episode is Kanyon Coyote Woman Sayers Roods of Indian Canyon. She speaks about a diverse range of topics, including decolonization, deep ecology, and creating community beyond the borders of countries and cultures. Indigenous protocol and wisdom to apply:  1. Engage in consensual interactions. I received consent from Kanyon to share this recording. 2. Seek permission to enter a space, by coming to the barrier and knocking on the door 3. Humility, Accountability, and Reciprocity  For photos from the event, go to my blog page "Santa Cruz Permaculture Design Course ..read more
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Now Our Minds Are One - A weekend at the Association of Environmental Outdoor Educators (AEOE) Conference 2019
The Archive of Interconnectedness
by Danielle Parsons
1y ago
This episode highlights all the ecological wisdom gained from my direct experience at the Association of Environmental Outdoor Educators Conference in 2019 at Pollock Pines, California. I was greatly inspired by the genuine speakers and leaders at the event, I felt this information was too beautiful not to share.  To learn more about Kimberly "Shining Star" Petree and Indigenous Stewards, check out "Cosumnes Culture and WaterWays: Calling Back Culture" . I found a great article HERE if you want to read more as well. To learn more about the "Now Our Minds Are One" gratitude prayer, ch ..read more
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Dr Lee Klinger and Kanyon Coyote Woman - Sudden Oak Life and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (Part 2 of 2)
The Archive of Interconnectedness
by Danielle Parsons
3y ago
One teacher of this episode is the "Oakcentric" Dr. Lee Klinger of Sudden Oak Life. Lee speaks about the relationship of ecological succession and fire within the Oak landscape. The solution is to get to a point where we can let fire return to the ecosystems, allowing for the natural cycles of birth and death to strengthen the landscape. Our other teacher is Kanyon Coyote Woman Sayers Roods of Indian Canyon. She provides her unique perspective and shares Traditional Ecological Knowledge, including wisdom about Elderberries, Bay nuts, and Oak Acorns. For photos from the event, go to my blog pag ..read more
Visit website
Kanyon Coyote Woman - Decolonization and Sudden Oak Life - (Part 1 of 2)
The Archive of Interconnectedness
by Danielle Parsons
3y ago
Our teacher of this episode is Kanyon Coyote Woman Sayers Roods of Indian Canyon. She speaks about a diverse range of topics, including decolonization, deep ecology, and creating community beyond the borders of countries and cultures. Indigenous protocol and wisdom to apply:  1. Engage in consensual interactions. I received consent from Kanyon to share this recording. 2. Seek permission to enter a space, by coming to the barrier and knocking on the door 3. Humility, Accountability, and Reciprocity  For photos from the event, go to my blog page "Santa Cruz Permaculture Design Course ..read more
Visit website
Now Our Minds Are One - A weekend at the Association of Environmental Outdoor Educators (AEOE) Conference 2019
The Archive of Interconnectedness
by Danielle Parsons
3y ago
This episode highlights all the ecological wisdom gained from my direct experience at the Association of Environmental Outdoor Educators Conference in 2019 at Pollock Pines, California. I was greatly inspired by the genuine speakers and leaders at the event, I felt this information was too beautiful not to share.  To learn more about Kimberly "Shining Star" Petree and Indigenous Stewards, check out "Cosumnes Culture and WaterWays: Calling Back Culture" . I found a great article HERE if you want to read more as well. To learn more about the "Now Our Minds Are One" gratitude prayer, ch ..read more
Visit website

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