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Community Learning Circle at Seymour Longhouse

We were honoured that this Community Learning Circle could be held at the Seymour Longhouse of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nation.

We spent an afternoon tanning salmon leather thigh spinning nettle and linen for making nets; learning bow drill fire starting, carving, and other traditional skills. 788 more words

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Blue & Green. To the Ends of the Earth. Land & See. You & Me. Poseidon & Gaia, sittin’ in a tree. First comes love, then comes marriage. 36 more words


Between Nature and Culture, Land and Sea: Spatial Practices at the Coast: Conference Session at CIG 2018

I will convene a session with Dr. Ruth Brennan (Environmental Humanities, Trinity College Dublin) at the 2018 Conference of Irish Geographers, Maynooth, Ireland (1012 May). The session hopes to bring together human geography and environmental humanities perspectives on the coast. 331 more words


New Paper: Metageographies of coastal management: negotiating spaces of nature and culture at the Wadden Sea

Walsh, C. Metageographies of coastal management: negotiating spaces of nature and culture at the Wadden Sea, Area, doi: 10.1111/area.12404

This paper forms part of a forthcoming Special Section for Area guest edited by Martin Döring and myself. 291 more words


Weaving~Conversation Circle: Net Making

Sunday 11.30am -2.30 pm
February 4, Strathcona Community Garden Eco-Pavilion

759 Malkin Avenue Vancouver

So far I’ve learned a few things from this project that have deeply influenced the way that I think about nets and fishing technology. 599 more words

Flax To Linen

Salmon Leather Circle

Sunday January 14, 12:00-2:30pm
Strathcona Garden Eco Pavilion, 759 Malkin Avenue, Vancouver

Registration Required — Tickets on Eventbrite

Making leather from fish skins has been done in cultures all over the world, from Asia to Europe to Turtle Island; it was done commercially in Europe and North America during hard times in the early 20th Century, and is now practiced by small tanneries in Europe and Australia serving the artisanal and luxury goods markets. 99 more words

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Conversation Circle~Land Grab? Indigenous plant foraging protocols, relationships and responsibilities

It felt monumental to us in so many ways to be hosting this event — the largest event EartHand has created so far, on themes that are central to our work and often very challenging to bring up. 1,174 more words

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