The Dechinta Land & Medicine Stories podcast mini-series was recorded over a 3 day workshop period at Blatchford Lake in Chief Drygeese Territory at Dechinta Bush University in June 2015.
In this episode of Stories From The Land we bring you to the Sakewewak Storytellers Festival in beautiful downtown Regina, SK for our FIRST EVER live event taping! Recorded at the Artful Dodger, this episode of the podcast features Dr. Shauneen Pete, Jesse Archibald Barber & Kevin McKenzie.
In this episode we hear the story of what hunting and being on the land means to a young hunter, Jonathan Thomas. A breathtakingly personal story of loss, longing for connection to land & the hope of a young man to reconnect to the land.
In this episode of Stories From The Land we hear a story of innocence, family and childhood memories from Terri Monture. This is a beautiful story about family and the power of "home."
In this episode of Stories From The Land we learn a valuable lesson from Kandice Baptiste. This is a hilarious story of a challenging trip to the North, the good people you'll meet along the way and reflections of being an "Urban Indian."
In this episode of Stories From The Land we hear an incredible story of survival and rebirth from Tlingit/Aleut artist Nicholas Galanin. This is a powerful story of survival and the endless limitations of the human spirit after a terrible accident on the ocean.
In this episode of Stories From The Land Hayden King tells a gripping story about what Indigenous Law theories & principles apply to those that choose to take to the land to hunt animals.
In this episode of Stories From The Land we are blessed with a story from Chelsea Vowel, a Metis woman from Lac St. Anne, AB. If you've ever declared war on a 4 legged friend that you just can't shake, you'll love this story.
In this episode we hear a gripping story from Metis Storyteller/Artist, Maia Caron. A story of connection, disconnection and reconnection, we take you to the heart of Métis territory in Batoche, SK.
In this episode of Stories From The Land we hear a story from the far reaches of Northern Manitoba as told by Real Carriere. We take you to the Churchill River, the heart of polar bear country.
In this episode of the Stories From The Land Podcast we hear the retelling of a morning moose hunt by comedian Ryan McMahon. A deeply personal story, McMahon weaves tales of childhood memories and the bitter politics that follow.
In this episode we are introduced to the Stories From The Land Podcast by Host, Hayden King, and Indian & Cowboy Executive Producer, Ryan McMahon.