I have been involved with Embercombe since the very beginning. Land for me is a source of inspiration and nourishment along with a great mystery of history, healing and the magical beauty of life. It reminds me of my grief and puts me in touch with my search for riches that ravage my Earth that I love.
Being on the Council as Chief means engaging with the creative democratic process of learning. It is in itself a committed action in seeking out the changes in my world to bring about the world that I long for. We are all contained within the holding that the land gives us from the beauty of sunsets to sunrise, to ever developing birdsong that shapes our lives.