Ancestral forests and traditions are essential to re-imagining a future where humans and trees can co-habit harmoniously. In what ways does ancestral knowledge inform the way future treescapes are being imagined, specifically in relation to iconic forests such as the great Siberian Forest and the Boreal Forest of Canada? How can scientists, environmentalists and technologists join traditional forest communities to conceive a future where the care and guardianship of forests is secured?
2 June 2021:
- Workshop 1 led by Natasha Myers in Canada.
- Workshop 2 led by Andrey Laletin in Russia.
09 June 2021:
- Workshop 1 led by Deborah McGregor on how ancestral lands and traditional knowledge can provide a way of imagining future relations with trees and forests grounded upon realistic structural change.
- Workshop 2 led by Melina Laboucan Massimo in Canada.