Restoring Home, Rocky Mountains and beyond
Welcome HOME from WILDLANDANCE & Sylvia Rains Dennis:
Wherever you are, you have a community, a place, and the unlimited potential to contribute to our collective ecological and cultural sustainability as part of what connects us ALL . . .
Thank you, for sharing this earth, sky, water, and story of our amazing biodiversity!
Happy International Biodiversity Day, May 22!
When we learn to see ourselves as the reflection of our interconnectivity with the natural world, horizons open into celebrating all the company we keep. This shows our endless potential and our strength, as part of the whole.
In gratitude to the ones who teach us who we are, from every seed to each expression of birdsong and the hum of the smallest pollinating insect, and all who help us learn from the heart, expanding our understanding.
(Please click on the Shooting Stars painting below for an activity to share!)
THE WILDLANDANCE FOCUS:
To share our understanding of the natural environment and many conservation and restoration needs, we continue our extensive collaborations with:
- land-based peoples of the Rocky Mountains & beyond
- plant & wildlife habitat specialists
- conservation & restoration ecologists
- educators & community members
- sustainability advocates
- and all of you!
Greetings to ALL on
International Biodiversity Day,
22nd May 2021
Offering gratitude for the continuum embraced by our mentors, peers, and collaborators—teachers and learners of every generation, as well as every voice, of every cultural and geographical background.
As WILDLANDANCE plants the remaining native trees and shrubs in our restoration nursery, we are engaging with new partnership and collaborative ideas, as well as ways to contribute to creative projects in honor of ALL THE COMPANY WE KEEP . . .
Please feel free to send us a message
WILDLANDANCE continues to support many intercultural, mulitgenerational gatherings and activities, such as sponsoring the following events:
- Twice Tuesdays Talking Circles on Biodiversity and Restoration
- Seasonal Workshops on Forest Habitats, Weather and Landscape change, Native Plants, and Sustainability
- Rocky Mountain Restoration Collaborative meetings hosted the third Wednesday of each month.