“How do you know it loves you back?”
Chautauqua Wawasee has a unique program for WACF’s Earth Day, April 30. For the first time ever, Dani Tippman, Cliff Kindy and John Edgerton are collaborating to discuss a message of hope, harmony, and humility.
10:00 – 10:50 a.m. REMEMBRANCE:
Water is Life; Human/Plant diversity makes us stronger. (Facilitated by Dani Tippman)
11:00 – 11:50 a.m. DIALOGUE:
How can we accept the coming difficulties of our distressed planet, so that we and our children can meet them with courage, empathy and resilience? (Facilitated by Cliff Kindy)
12:45 – 1:35 p.m. EARTH STORIES:
Sharing stories about how we each are needed in the web of life, and how harmony and mutual understanding are vital to our survival. These ancient stories are now beginning to be validated by modern science. (Facilitated by John Edgerton)
Learn about Native American methods for plant diversification; organic farming techniques with water conservation and carbon-free methods; and ancient stories that are now beginning to be validated by modern science. This program is free.
Chautauqua Wawasee will also have a booth where Cindy Gackenheimer of Flutterby Gardens in Claypool will share information about Monarch butterflies and how to attract them in your yard. Free flower seeds will be available.
When: WACF’s Earth Day April 30, 10:00 – 2:00
Where: WACF Amphitheater