Remembering Our Roots:

Reconnecting to Nature and Each Other

Please join us for this special event to celebrate nature, culture and to help us build our own local resilient community.


Deep in all of our roots, there are stories of our ancestors living in healthy, regenerative communities—villages where people of all ages were in deep relationship with the land, each other, and themselves.

Our guide to help us remember these old ways and to share how these timeless ancient principles may be applied to modern society is Mark Morey. Mark is a creative artist, visionary educator, cultural engineer, and consultant and is a well-respected expert in the international movement towards designing communities that are connected to nature.
Mark will be sharing stories, teachings from his work with innovative communities around the world, and highly inspirational examples of communities connecting to nature including some of the following topics:

The Art of mentoring
Connecting with nature
Sensory awareness training
Cultural mentoring
Community building

Go here to register for this event:
http://www.pineproject.org/building-community-resilience-weekend-workshops/




Remembering Our Roots: Reconnecting to Nature and Each Other

Thursday, April 25th, 7:30-9pm

OISE Auditorium, ground floor. 252 Bloor St. West.

For more information, visit the event page on Facebook.

Mark will also be leading three, one day workshops:



April 26 (10 – 4:30pm): Mentoring for resilience
April 27 (10 – 4:30pm): Rites of passage.
April 28 (10 – 4:30pm): Conscious parenting.
All events require pre-registration for guaranteed seats.

To register for the one day workshops, please go to:
http://www.pineproject.org/building-community-resilience-weekend-workshops/