Walk with Alan Colley of Aboriginal Eco Tours
Saturday, October 13, 12:00–3:00pm
Free Event – Pre-registration Required
Come take a walk with Alan Colley, the founder of Toronto Aboriginal Eco Tours. Together we’ll take a fall walk alongside the urban wildlife of the Humber River in Toronto’s west end. Colley will share his knowledge of the land’s Indigenous heritage, its integrated systems, and how the site is responding and adapting to increased urban development. Colley will lead us in considering what care for the site has meant and could potentially mean in the future, asking us to consider our relationship with land as one based in reciprocity.
The walk is free but space is limited so please pre-register by emailing Kim Simon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please meet us at Etienne Brulé Park in the main parking lot at 12:00pm sharp. The Etienne Brulé Park parking lot is a short (8 min) walk northeast from the Old Mill Station on the Bloor Line.
For directions to the meeting point please view map HERE