For 14 years and through 100s of sessions

Paul Wartman facilitates community organizations and growers towards a more creative, compassionate, and just culture

Are you needing... 

Interactive programming for learning that sticks?

 

Youth engagement processes?

Meeting facilitation that feels productive?

Strategic planning that inspires?

Project coordination?

Support with self-care and community transformation?

Consultation on how to incorporate justice, equity, and care?

Tools for improving interpersonal relationships

Training on how to facilitate?

An awesome co-facilitator to work with?

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"I can say with confidence that the space he can help create is fertile, warming and safe." - Maddie
"Paul - you are such a dynamic facilitator! Thank you for presenting in a non-judgemental way and making the concepts easy to grasp."
- Josh
"A truly professional facilitator!  Paul created a mental health course for the NFU that brought out the very best in every participant.   Paul's positive, arts-based, engaging workshop series had us building our health toolbelt.  We all came away stronger, invigorated, and with the tools we needed to take on a pandemic.  " - Mara Shaw, Executive Director, National Farmers Union
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Land Acknowledgement

We live and work on the unceded and unsurrendered traditional territory of the Mi'kmaq, also known as Mi'kma'ki, and Peace and Friendship Treaty Territory.

As a settler who is learning of the historical and ongoing violence of colonialism in this area and who works for the creation of a diverse community that benefits all people, I reflect on the following questions to guide my actions:

- What are the obligations to the people who first inhabited this land? 
- How do settlers on this land figure out what their responsibilities are? 
- How can we be good guests here? 
- How can we support existing local struggles? 
- And how can we support Indigenous self-determination in the longer term? 


Questions and dialogue continued from Fairfield Gonzales Community Association.