10 Steps to Localization

Becoming a People of Place

A story telling by Hazel, streamed to the ethers

Sept. 22, 2021
7:00 – 9:00 pm

Sliding scale $5 – $50

At the Fall Equinox we are gathering to start the Winter story telling season.  We will visit our path of cultural dedication to Place-work. The most enticing future beckons us to facilitate the return of Salmon, Beaver, and Cultural Fire to prairies, forests, and headwaters. First Nations have shown us how before.  How do we walk this road together?

See you there, listen in, gather in the virtual council circle, what might unfold?  

The slogan of Siskiyou Permaculture is “Indiginate to Build a New Culture”.  We hope that our allies will join us and the still present First Nations in eco-restoration and the return of Salmon, Beaver and cultural Fire to our beautiful mountains and river basins, so that all beings of place can thrive. 

Only First Nations peoples get to re-indiginate.

They return to the homeland that they know so well.

New settlers need to indiginate to become People of Place.

Read more about Peoples of Place in our Territorial Acknowledgment essay.

Sliding Scale


Book Signing Takelma
Sunday, May 28, 4 – 7 pm
9044 Takilma Rd.

Village Building Convergence
Live in Portland with Hazel on Zoom
June 12, time and links TBA

Course Dates available HERE.