Masterminds Lecture Series - Plants, People, and Places: Lessons in Stewardship and Reciprocity

Indigenous Peoples worldwide have had close and reciprocal relationships with their environments and with the other species on which they depend. Their relationships are underlain with worldviews that encompass other lifeforms as our generous relatives, to whom we, in turn, owe respect and caring. The lessons are embedded in stories, ceremonies and practical teachings. Presentation by Nancy Turner, PhD, former Hakai Professor in Ethnoecology, Professor Emeritus, School of Environmental Studies Register for this free Zoom webinar:  For more information about the full Masterminds Lecture Series, please visit