Relating to the Land

The collaborators who developed this resource live, work and reflect on the land that stretches across Turtle Island. Each of us holds unique ancestral histories and has forged a different ongoing relationship with the land.

As Indigenous collaborators from Kenjgewin Teg, we share teachings on how the Anishinaabe came to Mshkakami-Kwe and used the law of the Dish with One Spoon to share land for the mutual benefit of all inhabitants.

As non-Indigenous collaborators from Seneca College, Trent University, Humber College and Nipissing University, we acknowledge the traditional territories where we live and work. As guests on this land, we hold deep gratitude to its caretakers, past and present.


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