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SACRED GROUNDS: Stories and best practices for sustainably stewarding the grounds of faith communities
May 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Faith Communities Go Green’s Education and Lifestyle working group invites you to a webinar on:
Stories and best practices for sustainably stewarding the grounds of faith communities
|Susan Fox is a registered landscape architect and horticulturalist, having worked for 30 years mostly in residential landscape design and construction. She has a passion for ecology, native plants, and how ordinary people can arrange their environments to be nourishing to both people and the natural world.|
|Lyric Morris-Latchaw is a multidisciplinary urban farmer and visual artist whose work focuses on creating meaningful, equitable relationships between neighbors, land, and creatures. She currently tends the Church of the Advent’s Good News Garden, a community pantry garden in Walnut Hills, and grows grows food for a sliding scale payment community-driven CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). She previously farmed for and collectively ran the pay-as-you-can pizza restaurant Moriah Pie; she is co-author of The Moriah Pie Cookbook: Recipes and Stories. She was co-founder of the Hughes McMillan Street Community Garden, and helped establish Wave Pool Gallery’s Community Garden and Grassroom.|
|The Rev. Canon Jason Oden is the diocesan Canon of Formation for the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio. He is also the parish pastor for the Church of the Advent in Walnut Hills.|
This is a virtual event. Please register to receive the zoom link.
Faith Communities Go Green partners with religious communities to create a more sustainable and equitable future for all by mobilizing their moral voice to reduce the risk of catastrophic climate change.
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