Stories from our Work
We call these Case Stories….
One Story: A Report of The First Peoples’ Convening on Climate-Forced Displacement
In October 2018, over sixty representatives of 28 First and Indigenous communities met in Girdwood, Alaska, for a first-of-its-kind gathering: the First Peoples’ Convening on Climate-Forced
How Paradise, California regenerates a healthy and resilient community after the devastating fires of November, 2018 may provide critical learning on how communities step beyond the almost irresistible force to return to the old normal after disaster. Here’s a bit of what we are discovering with Paradisans.
After the Fires in Northern California
I was in Sonoma and Napa Counties earlier this month. Listening, asking, feeling, listening some more. I’ll share reliable statistics when I find them. Hundreds
Facilitator as Energy Conductor
Three years ago, I had a client situation where two people engaged in an intense conflict during a gathering I was facilitating and I felt
Listening for a Culture of Health
In early 2016 the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation approached Kate Seely with the idea of conduction a National Listening Tour about creating a Culture of Health.
Onagawa: Building A Resilient Community
In mid-April of 2011 I traveled to Onagawa, a town of 10,000 on Japan’s northeast coast. On March 11, 2011, at 2:46 in the afternoon