Northland Sustainable Solutions invites you to build bridges that move us toward personal and planetary transformation. We are acting together in environmental conversation for ecological restoration during three extraordinary events designed to celebrate our interconnection and shared responsibility.
Included in these three events is inspiration provided by Indigenous and international speakers.
August 17 – The ecology of community.
Tom Goldtooth, Gandhi Peace Award recipient and Executive Director of the Indigenous Environmental Network will speak about a platform for Mother Earth post-Paris and COP21 and the Future of Humanity.
Tom takes a serious look at what the United Nations Climate Conference accomplished and what was left undone. We’ll circle around to what we must address now, in community, on the front lines of climate change.
Register today. Save your place and be a part of this important community-building event. If you wish to register but do not want to use Eventbrite, please contact us at our website, email or call 612-388-2542 to let us know that you are coming. Space may be limited.
Additional upcoming events in this series:
October 19 – The food we eat, the care we feed others.
Sarah Collins – internationally acclaimed inventor of the Wonderbag. Sarah will speak about Empowering Impoverished Women Worldwide to overcome adversity while Combatting Climate Change.
December 6 – The waters of connection.
Sharon Day – Executive Director of the Indigenous People’s Task Force and Organizer of the Nibi (Water) Walks which are Indigenous-led, extended ceremonies to pray for the water.
Each event will feature:
• The Tatanka Truck – an Indigenous and locally-sourced food available for purchase, a project of Little Earth and Sean Sherman, the Sioux Chef.
• Music and Drumming.
• Short excerpts of Bioneers films.
• Free Root Beer and Two Buck Beer.
• Free Food Sampling from Premier Sustainable Midwest Companies – In August enjoy ice cream from Sweet Science, pints will be available for purchase, bring a cooler.