Mira Oberman from CPAWS-Manitoba wrote a blog, titled “How to Survive Yet Another School Closure: Get Outside — The Winter Edition,” from a twin mom perspective. Here is a ‘sister’ blog that Saskatchewan-ize’s Mira’s blog and shares her first-hand experiences, along with her top tips for surviving the pandemic this winter.
My Road to Conservation Filmmaking I still remember the night it all changed. It was the early hours of a frozen winter morning in 2015. … Read More
I have an inherent appreciation, love, and respect for Mother Earth, my indigenous ancestors travelled, worked, and lived in many of the same areas where I explore. I grew up in the boreal forest in Saskatchewan and I’ve recently reconnected with it. I feel very grateful to be exploring and living on Treaty 6 Territory.
By working on stories and projects like these, I have started to build a stronger sense of connection to my community. This is a process which I feel has direct parallels with my appreciation of the natural world too. How many ecological crises are the result of an artificial, unsustainable disconnect between humans and the natural world?
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