Informing our understanding of conservation, biodiversity and natural sciences through Indigenous literature.

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Explore Indigenous perspectives of land and conservation through literature and conversation

Our Indigenous book club represents a way to collectively learn about and discuss new and different viewpoints. Learn more about Indigenous ways of knowing and traditional ecological knowledge. During our book clubs we explore Indigenous knowledges and how they can inform and expand our understanding of conservation, biodiversity, natural sciences and wellness.

Takwâkin (Autumn) 2022 Book Club

Our book for the autumn session will be Making Love with the Land by Joshua Whitehead, in which the author asks, “What is our relationship and responsibility towards [the land]? And how has the land shaped our ideas, our histories, our very bodies?” This promises to be a beautiful read with rich discussions.

Book club meetings are scheduled for:

  • September 21
  • October 5
  • October 19
  • November 2
  • November 16
  • November 30
  • December 14

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Beaver Hills Biosphere Reserve Association

Bob Montgomery, Indigenous Engagement Coordinator

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