Pimachiowin Aki, The Land That Gives Life.

“UNESCO told us in 2013 that they didn’t adequately recognize the bonds that exist in some places between culture and nature,” said William Young of Bloodvein River First Nation and the Pimachiowin Aki spokesperson in a statement when the group resubmitted its application on January 30. “We appreciated the opportunity to explain to them even more clearly the special relationship our people have with the land for generations in this deeper nomination.

via First Nations Are Slowing Global Warming by Protecting Boreal Forest: NatGeo – ICTMN.com.

We all need to re-learn this old way, this connection to the land. We all had it, and we can all have it again …

What these people are doing we should all be doing …