Storytelling is a central theme of the Eco-Stewards Program. Our young adult leaders learn to tell stories about the people and communities they meet and their connection to place, and they also practice how to best articulate their own journeys of faith.

Enjoy these multimedia stories produced by our Eco-Stewards reporters during our annual place-based education programs.

Richmond, 2017: Journeying Toward Justice on the James River

Seattle, 2016: Creativity and Power

 Gainesville, 2014: Uniting Together in a Southern Foodshed

Portland 2013: Connectional Urban Living as Creative Response

Boston/Vermont 2012: Climate Change & Christian Activism

Montana 2011: Stories From the Crow Reservation & Big Sky Country

West Virginia 2010: Living With & From the Land


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