Presented at OAGEE Fall Conference 2018 from November 9th to November 10th, 2018
Land and land use have been central to clashes between people for as far back as people can remember. In Southern Ontario the oldest land use planning framework is the ancient One Dish - One Spoon agreement. What can we learn from this agreement as we head into 2019? While historians can reveal that it’s not just an Indigenous agreement land use planners and politicians just don’t have a way to fit this concept into the way Western society organizes its land usage. Karl Dockstader of the Oneida Bear clan will share a reminder of why understanding our covenant with the natural world around is important.
|Scheduled||FB02 Fri at 10:10 AM in Room 2|
|Presenters||Karl Dockstader DSBN|
|Single or Double Length||Single (50 min)|