Thinking Through
Indigenous Languages
& Plant Knowledge

This upcoming 7-episode podcast series dives into the entanglements of Indigenous languages, plants, medicines, gardens and socio-environmental concerns across the land we know as Canada. The project promotes the recovery of language using land-based pedagogies and engages in critical conversations on language learning and revitalization along with teachings on medicine plants and Indigenous gardens.

The podcast will be co-hosted by Lisa Myers and Tania Willard, it is led by a team of Indigenous researchers, professors, students and artists, and it is based at the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change at York University. We are in the early stages of developing this exciting program, please come back later and stay in touch through social media to receive updates about this work! 


Finding Flowers is supported by the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change at York University,
the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council,
and the Government of Canada’s New Frontiers in Research Fund [NFRFE - 2018 - 00485]