The Great Waters Challenge has a Level 2! For level 2, I went to a Toronto organizing workshop, and helped organize a water & storytelling event. The video below is my entry into Level 2 - wish me luck! - the top prize is a trip to Brazil for the World Youth Parliament for Water!
I wrote this for Waterlution's blog, and I'm just re-posting it here. Here is the original post. Thanks Waterlution for featuring my blog and for the GWC Level 1 prize! “This is going to be easy!” was my first thought when I read about the Great Waters Challenge. It’s just writing some blog posts about … Continue reading The Challenge of Bringing People Together – My Reflections on GWC #1
For the last challenge (Challenge #4 of the Great Waters Challenge), we are tasked with reading blogs of other folks in the challenge. Youth from across Canada have been blogging about their water stories - check out this awesome map of where they all are! Then, we are asked to creatively show our vision for … Continue reading Reflections & Future Vision
On a cold and bright Sunday afternoon, I gathered nine friends to go for a walk along the former Garrison Creek. I wanted to share my excitement for discovering new things in the City, and also to hear from my friends about their connections to water. The day went like this: walk and tour along … Continue reading Walking Garrison Creek
For Challenge #2 of the Great Waters Challenge, I sought to uncover the past of land use and development of the Humber River. Here's my video about my exploration day! Sources: TRCA Watersheds Canadian Heritage Rivers System Toronto Plaques: Humber River Teiaiagon: History of a 17th Century Haudenosaunee village