Ma'ikwe Ludwig, the executive director of Dancing Rabbit Inc, the nonprofit arm of Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, is inviting you to re-think and re-envision about how we live our lives.|
What do you think of when you hear the word sustainability? Organic food, wind turbines, natural building and electric cars? Those things matter for sure, but real sustainability goes well beyond the ecological choices we make, and touches on social dynamics, economics and our fundamental world view.
This workshop introduces the relationships between the four dimensions of sustainability, drawing on a curriculum developed by ecovillages all over the world. If we are going to really address issues like climate change, it is essential that we look more deeply at how we define sustainability and what we are willing to question.
The workshop will also address ways to help further a deeper sustainability and community building even when people do not live together.
Event co-sponsored by Transition Snoqualmie Valley (transitionsnovalley.org), Tracks & Tales Nature School (trackingtales.com), and Hawthorn Farm
Local contact: Maya Wallach: firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-780-7003
Childcare: if you need childcare please provide the ages of the children, childcare will be an option.
For more information about Ma'ikwe and her offerings please visit http://www.dancingrabbit.org/speakingtour
Ma'ikwe Ludwig is a pioneering sustainability educator, who, in addition to her work as Dancing Rabbit Inc.'s Executive Director, is head of Ecovillage Education US, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Fellowship for Intentional Community. Her work integrates ecological, economic, social, political and personal approaches, leading to a strongly holistic view of what it takes to truly be sustainable.
Hawthorn Farm (View)
17340 NE 195th St.
Woodinville, WA 98017
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|