Developing Watershed Eyes - Doing Unto Those Downstream in a Watershed
Learn about our common watershed - the Chesapeake Bay - and how our actions can care for the health of the waters and our communities. Please RSVP below for this Learning Lab focused on living in a shared watershed.
Care for the local waters is a way of caring for our neighbors. As poet-farmer expressed this "watershed golden rule" -
Do unto those downstream as you would have those upstream do unto you.
One of our presenters will be Darcy Herman, Associate Program Manager, Gunpowder Conservancy, who will share about the primary water pollution sources of stormwater exist in our watershed and actions that our congregations can take to reduce stormwater pollution. Our other presenter will be Shane Robinson, Executive Director of Trash Free Maryland, who will focus on the contribution that trash makes to water pollution and how we can make a difference by engaging in advocacy efforts which implement policies for reducing trash and support clean healthy waters!
We'll hear from Green Leaders of two congregations who have taken action to care for their local waters.
Then we'll offer time for the Solution Circle, a time for you to share. Please bring your questions, ideas, challenges and successes!
These webinars are designed to supplement the in-person Faithful Green Leaders Training, but everyone is welcome to participate.
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