In FALL 2020, community members from the St. Lawrence Watershed, Haudenosaunee/Anishinaabe Territory, will come together to discuss sustainable and REGENERATIVE SOLUTIONS for the climate crises
Our Vision / Mission
In the face of the climate crises, communities across the world are organizing to protect the lungs of the planet and create a sustainable future. While this is a global struggle, the seeds of resistance start on a local level. The Kaniatarowanénhne / St. Lawrence River Watershed (Haudenosaunee/Anishinaabe Territory) is no exception. The North Country Art, Land, and Environment 2020 Summit will utilize art and conversation to contextualize this struggle and present local environmental solutions.
The Summit will feature a series of outdoor exhibitions and online panel discussions. All the events will be framed in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the environmental racism that lay at its core. The NCALE Summit is thus partnering with communities throughout the area to champion ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE and honor the CULTURAL MEMORY of the land. Throughout these vital conversations, the environmental future of the St. Lawrence Watershed will be highlighted.
For more information about how to join this conversation, please visit the Summit's website: