How can our daily choices reinforce the much needed solutions for the many challenges of our time, such as the climate crisis, environmental racism, and more.
Join Wild Bear and our partners as we invite Rob and Cara to lead a discussion on asking questions on how to adapt our daily lives, relationships, and community to live in closer connection with each other and the earth. We will look at our natural world, cross-cultural, and historical examples, as well as our everyday lives as models for collective action at any age.
Rob Menagerie (former wildlife biologist) is a wood-working artisan building furniture and converting school buses to tiny homes using only repurposed materials. https://www.facebook.com/menagerie.woodworking.5/
Dr. Cara Judea Alhadeff has published dozens of books and essays on eco-justice, spirituality, philosophy, performance-studies, and ethnic studies’ journals/anthologies. In numerous museum collections, her photographs/performances have been defended by freedom-of-speech organizations. Former professor at UC SantaCruz and Global Center for Advanced Studies, Alhadeff teaches, performs, and parents a creative-zero-waste life: www.carajudea.com / www.zazudreams.com
Wild Bear is Boulder County's only nonprofit nature center that is open to the general public year-round. Through both our free nature center and many camps and programs, we provide hands-on nature experiences for people of all ages.