Monday, May 2, 2022

Forest & River News from Northern California / View from my porch in April 2022 / Love

"Margo Robbins is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Cultural Fire Management Council (CFMC), and one of the key organizers of the Cultural Burn Training Exchange (TREX) that takes place on the Yurok Reservation twice a year. Margo comes from the traditional Yurok village of Morek, and is an enrolled member of the Yurok Tribe. She gathers and prepares traditional food and medicine, is a basket weaver and regalia maker. She is also a co-lead and advisor for the Indigenous People’s Burn Network." 

(from Forest & River News, Spring 2022)


The transcript of the talk given by her on October 3, 2021, is here.

April 26, 2022 -- View from my porch.  


The conclusion is always the same:
love is the most powerful
and still the most unknown
energy of the world.
~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin


Colette said...

Many thanks for sharing this.

Joared said...

Native people have much from which others could learn if they would but listen and observe, I think. Issues surrounding fire burns being one.

Love's energy has no bounds.

Tara said...

Oh, to have a porch view like yours!

Margo sounds like an amazing woman. I will view the interview, thank you for posting the link.

Oh, Love. Yes, mysterious and powerful. It's what the world always needs more of.

37paddington said...

What a sustaining view from your porch, an immediate and always available connection with nature. Thank you for sharing.