This virtual discussion aims to deeply explore what does reciprocity look like for us as human beings, and for us as land conservationists? What does reciprocity look like within land conservation? With global environmental crises on the rise in our futures, we share an internal calling to take action. We will explore the tools and skills we currently possess, and discuss building a culture of personal ownership to frame our work grounded on shared responsibility and reciprocity. We warmly invite you to join us for an interactive conversation with fellow attendees on these questions. See you soon!
This interactive discussion will be moderated by Katie Young, who works on Indigenous Peoples Collaboration at the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts, along with Dez Ramirez, a writer, race and equity leader, and Community Engagement Manager at Columbia Land Trust, and Gabe Sheoships, a fisheries biologist, instructor and educator on Indigenous-led environmental stewardship and is the Education Director at Friends of Tyron Creek.