Winnipeg: Reconciliation in the Watershed

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A workshop to re-learn and re-vamp understandings of the environment through decolonizing our relationship with water. Our watersheds sustain our lives and connect us to those both near and far - but our actions have impacts on the environment beyond what we may intend. This workshop will be led by Amelia Berot-Burns, the Ecological Justice Program Coordinator at KAIROS Canada, and will feature local experts. Lunch will be provided. Pay-what-you-can event with a suggested contribution of $15. Nobody will be turned away. Parking available. Sponsored by Mennonite Central Committee and KAIROS Cambrian-Agassiz

A workshop to re-learn and re-vamp understandings of the environment through decolonizing our relationship with water. Our watersheds sustain our lives and connect us to those both near and far - but our actions have impacts on the environment beyond what we may intend. This workshop will be led by Amelia Berot-Burns, the Ecological Justice Program Coordinator at KAIROS Canada, and will feature local experts.

Lunch will be provided.

Pay-what-you-can event with a suggested contribution of $15. Nobody will be turned away.

Parking available.

Sponsored by Mennonite Central Committee and KAIROS Cambrian-Agassiz

When
May 11th, 2019 9:00 AM   to   4:00 PM
Location
Mennonite Central Committee
134 Plaza Drive
Winnipeg, MB R3T 5K9
Canada

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Contributions
Suggested Contribution $ 15.00

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