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CONSERVATION CONVERSATIONS

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January 23, 2019 1 Hour Free

Change is Hard but Necessary in These Times: How Do We Help One Another?

Chelsea caved on bananas; she swore not to eat anything that destroyed the Earth, but... change costs time, takes effort, commitment and sacrifice. However, it also gives us pride. How do we disrupt our daily lives, habits and comfort to make and then maint...

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Hands holding a tree and various species of wildlife

Chelsea caved on bananas; she swore not to eat anything that destroyed the Earth, but... change costs time, takes effort, commitment and sacrifice. However, it also gives us pride. How do we disrupt our daily lives, habits and comfort to make and then maintain the changes necessary to support our Earth? If all Life is Sacred, then how shall we live? Join us Wednesday, January 23 at 6:00 pm MST (5:00 Pacific; 8:00 Eastern) for this month’s online Conservation Conversation with Dr. Susan Eirich and the Earthfire community. Our goal is to change the way people see, and therefore treat, wildlife and nature. These Conversations are designed to create a space where we can support one...

As we move past the solstice and the darkness shifts to light, it is time to pull all our forces together to work towards a new way of being on the Earth. Susan and the participants in our last Conservation Conversation took this time to gather in community to reflect, renew, and set intentions for taking action in the new year for the benefit of all beings. Read Susan's reflections on this conversation here. These Conversations are designed to create a space where we can support one another in the paradigm shift of living in harmony with all Life. The cost is free, but space is limited, and advance registration is required. All are welcome. Please join us as we work toward...

For this month’s Conservation Conversation, Dr. Susan Eirich, Founder of Earthfire Institute, spoke with Dr. Linda Bender, author, internationally renowned wildlife veterinarian and animal advocate. Having spent their lives working with living beings, human and non-human, Linda and Susan share their observations and explore the mystery of “how nature heals.” They have an introductory conversation and then open the discussion to participants to share their own questions, insights, or stories. Read Susan's reflections on this conversation here. Conservation Conversations are held on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 6:00 pm MST (5:00 Pacific; 8:00 Eastern). We invite you to...

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