Creation Care and Community Care

On June 15th, we began our preparation for the Cuba tour by discussing the permaculture ethics of caring for people and fair share. Molly Rose Kaufman and Aubrey Murdock did a wonderful job explaining Urban Alchemy as a way to rebuild communities.…Continue

Started by Nature's Friends in Your Subject Aug 13.


 Soon, we will engage in study about the Island of Cuba: it's social and geographic history, its agroecology roots and modern day permaculture branches. We will also review paradigms for faith based organizing in our respective communities. Let us…Continue

Tags: Agriculture, Afro, Cubans, Urban, Sustainability

Started by Nature's Friends in Your Subject Jul 5, 2014.

The Gospel of the Garden 2 Replies

When God coupled the earth with the breath of eternity, our souls and the soil were fused and our destinies perpetually intertwined. God with whom we live, breathe and have our being exists in Mother Earth, just as we exist on Mother Earth. What we…Continue

Tags: agroecology, eco-theology, ecology, and, faith

Started by Nature's Friends in Your Subject. Last reply by Nature's Friends Apr 2, 2014.

Faith and Ecology

EPA Oral Testimony presented   February6, 2014      Washington D.C.My name is Rev. M. Dele and I am here as a steering committee member of Virginia's Interfaith Power and Light affiliate. We have 4000 members who agree with President Obama that we…Continue

Started by Nature's Friends in Your Subject Feb 11, 2014.


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