The driving motivation for a second edition was the burning need, in the wake of strong and unequivocal recommendations by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to bring Indigenous perspectives into the heart of Canadian educational settings, most notably in connection with environmental issues. Momentum gathered as points of convergence (as well as discontinuities) between Natural Curiosity’s approach and certain Indigenous perspectives were identified. Doug Anderson, who has thought long and deeply about such matters, agreed to articulate these perspectives in this edition; other experts offered their insights, and a project was launched. Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition is a humble evolution of the first, which came into being in extensive collaboration with Indigenous and ally scholars. This edition is currently being brought to life across Turtle Island, as educators continue to embrace the possibilities offered by this evolving approach and, with their students, find new ways to meaningfully and joyfully engage with the natural world.