By Andrea Woo
Globe and Mail, June 1 2014
It’s hard to get an [educational] opportunity like this in Southern Canada because of the way the population has grown, and the way lands are used there,” said Cat McGurk, a 20-year-old student in Dechinta’s spring 2014 semester.
“When people are interacting with the land – living off of it, dependent on it – that’s where a lot of the connection that we talk about comes from. I think it makes relationships that occur on those lands deeper and more meaningful.