The ACT for Ag Toolkit includes: a handbook full of easy to apply strategies to stay on track; the noticing map and shared purpose map notepads to practice building your flexibility; Access to learning either via our live courses or prerecorded videos.
Be reminded to stay on track via weekly sms or emails. Subscribe to the ACT for Ag community for monthly interactive webinars and a live Q & A/ discussion session each month. Sign up to a Navigate Together course to connect with Stephanie in a weekly face-to-face live zoom session. In a small exclusive group setting, we'll run through how to APPLY the theory in your day-to-day and start taking small steps towards what matters most. In addition, there is a pre-course video and additional resources.
We'll provide access to a whole series of tools and templates that you can print time and again, or share with a friend or neighbour. You'll be connected with others in the ACT for Ag community as we all learn to navigate the rock and the hard place - together.
Stacked rocks, or rock cairns, can commonly be seen on hiking trails. They are the trail markers to guide you to stay on track when the path may be difficult to follow.
Finding the balance, we all have many rocks in life which at times can feel like a very fine balancing act. There is no "right" way to find the balance, but with small adjustments, we can find our own way.
So, what do stacked rocks on a trail mean? Stacked rocks, more commonly known as Cairns, placed along the trail signify that you are on the right track. It is a marker guiding you to the correct path or trail in cases where navigation becomes difficult and the trail may be easily lost.
When you see stacked rocks on a trail, this means that you are going the right way and that the path you chose will lead you to your destination. However, it has become harder and harder to determine which rock piles are legitimate Cairns and which ones are made by other hikers just for fun.