These days the experience of alienation is common. Most of us no longer walk upon the land our ancestors once did nor drink from their streams. Many of us do not know the people we live near, let alone the lands and waters we live upon. Yet, we long to belong. We seek home everywhere we go. Underneath this yearning lies a sense that we exist to be part of something greater than ourselves. As members of global societies that separate us by nationality, region, gender, race, economics, education, religion, politics, and position, how do we connect to the lands and waters, to the living community, to each other, and to ourselves? Join us as we explore this question at the heart of our interconnectedness.