Steven Martyn, the Sacred Gardener from Ontario, Canada, returns to continue our conversation about reconnecting with the land, as well as with the traditions and cultures not only of the area we call home, but also with the peoples of that land, and the ways of our families.
Along the way we talk about what it means to develop a mindset that tends the wild, to move away from domineering or colonizing, while also honoring those who come before us. During this interview you can also hear some of the struggles I’m currently having as I deepen my sense of place.
This is an interview about place, culture, getting deep, and moving away from a self-centered and anthropocentric world view.
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