Madeline Marmor (she/her) is a first generation, landless farmer and treaty-person born in downtown Toronto, Canada. A descendant of vegetable grocers and kosher butchers, Madeline grows and cultivates flowers, vegetables, livestock and legumes on the current and traditional lands of the Anishinabewaki, Mississauga and Odawa Peoples, preceded by the Saugeen Treaty 45 ½ 1836 (https://native-land.ca) outside Ayton, in South Grey County.
She is currently completing the Conflict Management and Mediation Certificate Program at Conrad Grebel College, Waterloo University, with the goal to offer support for farmers and communities to transition lives and livelihoods into a more just future. Madeline is a trained practitioner of Circle Process and is an active participant in the legacy of relationships between Native and Non-native restorative justice practitioners.
Connect with Madeline by email at:
mmarmor (at) alumni (dot) uwo (dot) ca
Remember, the goal of RGB now is to amplify this emerging narrative we've uncovered, the collective and individual stories we tell ourselves, about ourselves, acted out in real time through our decisions and actions. You can take action by:
PLANT (POLLINATORS and NATIVE SPECIES): Addressing barriers community members face in regenerating their surrounding landscapes i.e. planting native plants; supporting a regional native plant supply chain; and, bringing together nursery owners, farmers and seed collectors, etc.
SHARE (YOUR STORY): Publishing, Highlighting and Inviting more stories into the emerging narrative to i.e. Regeneration Stories, Presentations, StoryMap, Social Media, Signage/Messaging, etc.
INSPIRE (TO JOIN): Directly inviting friends, family, co-workers, etc. to join the work i.e. Theory of Change, Guide for Intergenerational Collaboration, YCAC collaboration, Wiarton Tiny Forest Collaboration, RGB Seed Collectors, etc.
Return to Regenerate Grey Bruce project page here