Written by Beth Remmes The seeds of the Southeast Bioregional Gathering were planted in the summer of 2017 when an email went out to people listed in the Southeast on The Work That Reconnects (WTR) website to see if there was any interest in forming a regional hub. We had some group calls and had […]
Written by Amy Spark Recognizing this year has been a difficult and extremely changeable year for Alberta (including both provincial and federal elections, climate emergencies, and massive budget cuts from our provincial government), we wanted to connect as a community and recharge. We had two main objectives: a) To foster and deepen connections to each […]
Frieda Nixdorf is the WTR Network community coordinator. She is the creative and talented woman who usually curates the Work That Reconnects Newsletter. However, this month, she’s had much more immediate concerns and very little access to electricity and internet service as her northern California community deals with power outages and fire danger. A couple […]
My name is Aravinda Ananda and I live in the homelands of the Pequosette people in the Charles River watershed (an indigenous name for the Charles River is Quinobequin) in the northeast of Turtle Island. The settler colonial name for the town I live in is Watertown, and the state I live in was named […]
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