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Rooted and Flowing: Lessons in Rivers, Education and Life in Community with Linda Buturian

Rooted and Flowing: Lessons in Rivers, Education and Life in Community with Linda Buturian

Update: 2020-05-01
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In this episode Linda shares about her journey towards living in community for the past 25 years, her special connection with rivers and how these human and environmental lessons have informed her work. Linda emphasizes the importance of experiential learning and advocates for playfulness and exploration in higher education.

Linda Buturian teaches at the University of Minnesota and is the author of World Gone Beautiful: Life Along the Rum River, and The Changing Story: digital stories that participate in transforming teaching & learning. She and her family live in an intentional cul-de-sac with four families in rural Minnesota along the wild Watpa waken (Dakota for Spirit river), also known as the Rum river.
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Rooted and Flowing: Lessons in Rivers, Education and Life in Community with Linda Buturian

Rooted and Flowing: Lessons in Rivers, Education and Life in Community with Linda Buturian

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