Interview with Paul Baines
He mentions a few resources, links below.
“Stewardship has a lot of like, we are taking care of this, kind of thing rather than a mutual: the water takes care of us, we take care of the water. So we have been talking about how stewardship can be empowering but it can also be very limiting because it seems uni-directional. We are taking care of the water as good stewards and it is very focused on what we are doing, but it does not really capture for some, especially the Anishinaabe community… it does not capture the other part of the relationship.”
“If we still put ourselves in the center of agency… is also part of the problem that we can do what we want to the water. Yes, citizens have good intentions to take care of the water, but an oil company or an agricultural company could use the same logic.”