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Youth Circle for Mother Earth Webinar

January 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Youth Circle for Mother Earth leadership retreat, February 2020 group photo, Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth leadership

The Youth Circle for Mother Earth (YCME) project aims to create and support a cross-cultural network of young Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders to become lifelong ambassadors for Mother Earth. The focus is on land, air and waters, which includes the natural world and its conservation, protection and restoration. Join YCME project partners to learn about their work and hear from Coordinating Circle members on what they’ve gained, learned and look forward to through their involvement in the YCME initiative.

The Youth Circle for Mother Earth project has been made possible by the Government of Canada, TD Ready Commitment and Ontario Power Generation.

Partner organizations

  • Ontario Nature
  • Plenty Canada
  • Indigenous Environmental Institute at Trent University
  • Walpole Island Land Trust


  • Opening welcome and introduction 6:00 p.m.
  • Partner presentations 6:20 pm (5-7 minutes per partner)
  • Coordinating Circle youth panel 6:45 p.m.
  • Questions, wrap-up, closing 7:15 p.m.





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