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Natural Awakenings Twin Cities

Guardianship of Water

Northland Sustainable Solutions (NSS) hosts The Circle that Bridges Communities: Guardianship of Water, from 5 to 8:30 p.m., May 3, at Summit Brewing Company. This event celebrates the interconnection and shared responsibility of building bridges that move us toward personal and planetary transformation, acting together in environmental conversation for ecological restoration.

Executive Director of the Science and Environmental Health Network (SEHN), Carolyn Raffensperger will speak about the guardianship of water and the rights of future generations with her speech, What is Yours to Do as a Guardian of Water.

Singer and songwriter Sara Thomsen will entertain with her music and lead singalongs for the meeting. Gastrotruck will be onsite offering meals for purchase and there will also be a silent auction.

Information about the upcoming Women's Congress for Future Generations scheduled for November 2 to 5, in the Twin Cities, will be announced. Two lucky people in attendance will receive a $50 voucher to be used toward the congress.

Community partners supporting the event include AM950 Radio, Minnesota Pachamama Community, Northern Sun, Spirit United, Honor the Earth, Earth Partners Working Group of the Justice Commission of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and Consociates and the Women's Congress for Future Generations.

Cost: $15-$50. Location: 910 Montreal Cir., St. Paul. For more information, visit SustainableNorthland.org.

Read the full June 2020 Magazine