“Thinking Like a Watershed” is a series of five presentations featuring widely recognized humanity scholars who will speak on different topics pertaining to the unique and fragile water system in the North American Southwest.
Five panel discussions led by Jack Loeffler, Author of Thinking like a Watershed, Producer of Watersheds as Commons, Project Director - Lore of the Land, Inc.
In this event, Indigenous Perspectives: Native Americans, panelists Rina Swentzell, Lyle Balenquah, and Estevan Arellano will present multi-cultural land/water use perspectives including sacred, secular, economically oriented, and other attitudes that shape relationship of human culture to habitat. They will address the roles of indigenous peoples concerning both commonly held and differing perspectives within the realm of Indigenous Mind, that aspect of collective human consciousness that is shaped more by the flow of Nature through homeland, than by a list of facts about the nature of homeland.
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