The most creative people on the planet today are working on changing the stories we have told ourselves for the last several centuries. In some cases, the last few millennia. Some of the stories we are turning toward are old ones. Indigenous wisdom may have a new name these days — Traditional Ecological Knowledge, or TEK — but it includes stories going back into deep history that are still alive today. Stories that embedded our indigenous forebears into the earth they knew intimately. Stories that speak of reciprocity and interdependence with, not sovereignty over, the forces and gifts of the earth.