Based on traditional Native American storytelling and the archaeology of the Olmos Basin, this walk is a time to reflect on and restore our connection to the ancient heritage of the Headwaters Sanctuary. Video or audio recording is not permitted. Donald Ewers, UIW alumnus (’80 BA, ’85 MA), retired faculty member, and Texas Master Naturalist will be guiding participants on these walks from a perspective acquired through a BA in Native American Studies, five years studying and working with Navajo weavers, and forty-four years’ experience exploring what has become the Headwaters Sanctuary. The program is limited to 12. The walk will commence at the Main Sanctuary trailhead.
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Earlier Event: March 17The Spirit Among the Great Oaks
Later Event: March 30A Guided Celtic Walk to Thin Places in the Headwaters