Attend an upcoming Community Conversation to connect with Native leaders, the design team, and neighbors and discuss topics like restoration, programming, connectivity, and economic opportunity.
On March 16, Native leaders Robert Lilligren, Carrie Day Aspinwall, Sharon Day, and Wakinyan LaPointe will be joined by river experts John Shepard (Hamline University, Center for Global Environmental Education) and Whitney Clark (Friends of the Mississippi River). We’ll discuss the River, its role at this place, and its relationship to people through time. We’ll consider the interconnected themes of ecology, history, rights of Water, and reciprocity with the River from an Indigenous perspective.
GUESTS MAY PARTICIPATE IN-PERSON OR VIRTUALLY.
In-person, food and beverage will be provided!
IN BOTH CASES, PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Additional Community Conversations:
- April 12 – Restoring a Story Disrupted: What Can This Place Become?
- May 21 – Building Connections
June 15 – A Powerful Place for Partnerships
Learn more at TheFalls.org