Storytelling is a central theme of the Eco-Stewards Program. We listen to the stories of the watersheds we visit. We share our own personal stories (something we call “eco-faith journeys”) with each other in a safe and creative space. And when we return home, carrying all these sacred stories in our hearts, we look for new people and places to share the story of The Eco-Stewards Program and our journey together. This sharing may include small group presentations, multimedia slideshows, blog reflections and one-on-one conversations.
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