Embracing the Shift
On Thursday, June 17th, 7:00 - 8:30PM (EDT) we were joined by Joe Pitawanakwat (Creators Garden) and Doug Anderson (Co-Author of Natural Curiosity). Joe is a native plant and Indigenous medicine expert who, in conversation with Doug, taught us about the importance of holding relationship with the land and knowing our more-than-human relatives, while making connections between traditional knowledge and western science.
We are thrilled to announce that we are hiring a Graduate Assistant (GA) for the academic year beginning September 2021. This position is well-suited for a graduate student seeking to develop skills in program development, implementation and evaluation.
Deadline to apply is August 3, 2021. You must be a OISE student at the University of Toronto in the "Group B" category to be eligible for this position.
This month's edition of Making the Shift is out now! In honour of National Indigenous History Month, Natural Curiosity is dedicating our June newsletter to Indigenous voices, resources, and opportunities for supporting Indigenous and land-based learning on and beyond this month.