Rich Holschuh’s “Talking With The Mountain” presentation at Putney Mountain Association’s annual meeting was very well-attended. Rich has generously offered to lead a walk on the land introducing Abenaki names for “all of our relations”, the flora and fauna of the region, along with introducing an indigenous perspective on “being in place.” Rich is a researcher of Indigenous culture and linguistics, who serves on the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs, and as a spokesperson for the Elnu Abenaki Tribe. “Walking on the Mountain” will take place on Sunday July 14. Meet at the Putney Mountain parking area at 10am and plan for about a two hour walk and talk.
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