Inspired and guided by the historical wisdom of indigenous peoples, Woodbine Ecology Center utilizes education, demonstration, research, and active collaboration with indigenous and other communities to develop and promote examples of egalitarian, self-reliant, and sustainable living.
- Cultivate egalitarian, resilient, and sustainable communities, based on ecological balance, natural and social diversity, and built on cooperation and mutual respect.
- Foster lifelong learning and healing through inclusive and participatory community, and a renewed relationship with the natural world and the places we inhabit;
- Reclaim our common destiny through an abiding pursuit of historical truth and a commitment to enduring social reconciliation;
- Challenge ourselves, our organizations, and our communities to reallocate our energy and resources away from current socially and ecologically destructive practices and to redirect them into our own locally-rooted, globally-connected vision.
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This intensive 6-day workshop is designed to train participants to use Theatre of the Oppressed (T.O.) tools with adults and youth. The training...
Study integrated social and ecological design with some of the foremost instructors and practitioners in social and ecological design and...
To save the planet we may need to turn it
into an edible and...
As we move from dependency to resilience and community in(ter)dependence, Woodbine Ecology Center has released...