“Canned Carrots: Learning to Understand Poverty Through the Eyes of a Child” Summertime is the neediest time for folks who are food insufficient in Midland County. My children learned about the Food Pantry in an interesting and challenging way. Amy Rogers, speaker.
“Science, Ecology, Theology, and Inspiration” Science, ecology, theology, and inspiration must creatively dance and give birth to something new if humanity is to survive the 21st century. Science-based inspiration calls to us in these times of climate chaos, political turmoil, economic unrest, and other large-scale challenges – offering tools and spiritual practices for staying sane, sober, and empowered in chaotic and contracting times. Rev. Michael Dowd, Guest Speaker
The Rev. Michael Dowd is a bestselling eco-theologian and pro-science, pro-future ‘evangelist’ whose work has been featured in The New York Times, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Newsweek, TEDx, national television, and at the United Nations. He and his wife, science writer and climate activist, Connie Barlow, have spoken to some 2,500 groups across North America since 2002.