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"I cannot help but feel gratitude for this patient Heron who continues to teach me about that which is blocking our way to a cocreative, not simply sustainable, way forward... Heron is waiting to see if we can learn to slow down, hear, and tell the stories of who we are and want to be." (Falling with Heron) Like heron, we stand rooted in the mud around us, and from this position we are called to deconstruct, destabilize, and prune the ship, starting in the place where we work and live. But that is not all, for in the living spaces that open up, we need to begin naturalizing those viable seeds from our canadien-celtic ancestry that can take root here in the spirit of embracing diversity and life on Mother Earth." (Odagahodhes: Reflecting on our Journeys)

"Falling with Heron" website highlights the work of Earth-Based Author & Educator

Timothy B. Leduc, MSW, PhD

A Canadian Climate of Mind
Longue Sault
Climate Culture Change
Colonial Canada
Five Decades of FES
Iona Sacred Stones
CN Tower/White Pine
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