WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 2018, 7 pm, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church: JAMES COLBY presents “Visionary Earth Stewards and Environmental Triumphs: Now, What Can We Do in Our Homes, Communities, and Planet?”
Earth’s ecosystems are wondrous, complex, delicate, and vulnerable. This presentation will illuminate heroines and heroes of the modern environmental movement that recognized these truths, and who made personal sacrifices to save Mother Earth and humanity. During the late industrial revolution, tainted waters, air, soils, and ecosystems were partially remediated, and some endangered species saved. There is much more to do!
What historical ecological disasters can we learn from? What solutions can we model? Do we have the political will and wisdom to re-invent energy policies to leave a sustainable world for future generations? Clearly, we are called to demonstrate citizen and legislative excellence through collaboration, cooperation, and innovation. Science, ethics, and socio-environmental justice must rise to the fore. Join the cause by making Earth Day pledges or resolutions in 2018.
ENJOY WILLOW FODOR'S DELICIOUS VEGETARIAN DINNERS SERVED FROM 6-7 PM, before James Colby's presentation.
PLEASE NOTE: VEGETARIAN DINNER RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE BY FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 2018.
Visit http://auduboncnc.org to register for dinner. Go to programs (upper right) to view vegetarian dinners/St. Luke’s ($10 per dinner, registration required).
Catering the GreenUp Jamestown events while supporting Audubon combines my passions: nature, food and cooking-- WILLOW FODOR