A migration of expertise and resources to conserve the
Western Monarch Butterfly
Friday-Sunday, January 10-12, 2020
Pacific Grove / Carmel By-The-Sea
COME JOIN US
A new networking opportunity for those involved in the conservation and restoration of the Western Monarch Butterfly.
By creating a wider community we will take flight with a united vision to improve what we each do in our own special
areas of interest and geographic locations.
Let’s work together to protect the Western Monarch!
- Update on overwintering sites
- Importance of native milkweed
- New genetic and tagging research
- How can we all help
- Field trips and more
- Visit the Monarch overwintering sites and restoration areas
The Western Monarch Summit will come alive with two of the most prominent Monarch advocates in the country.
Dr. Chip Taylor
Founder & Director Monarch Watch
Dr. Robert Pyle
Founder Xerces Society
$175 REGISTRATION DEADLINE 12/01/2019. SEATING LIMITED. RESERVE EARLY.
Includes three-day (Friday through Sunday) attendance and some meals as shown in the schedule.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Attendees canceling before 12/01/2019 will receive a 50% refund. Attendees canceling after 12/01/2019 will NOT be eligible for any refund.
NOTE: Registration fees may be transferred to another individual no later than 12/01/2019.
An event hosted by ACE’s Connection
You are invited to watch the webinar together at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall, 129 NW E Street, Grants Pass, OR – to share the learning.
September 10, 2019 11:00 am
You can sign up now here. Copy/paste this into your browser: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VcuqXdZJTp-HeD5PLJQrIQ
You will learn:
• how climate change creates personal, family, and community traumas and toxic stresses;
• how those traumatic stressors trigger feedbacks that expand and aggravate ACEs and many other person, social, community, and societal maladies;
• why current approaches are woefully inadequate to address what is already occurring and rapidly steaming toward us and why prevention is the only realistic solution;
• the framework for prevention we call Transformational Resilience that includes resilience education and skills-development focused on both Presencing and Purposing skills.
Bob Doppelt, Executive Director, The Resource Innovation Group, and Founder and Coordinator of the International Transformational Resilience Coalition (ITRC).
The International Transformational Resilience Coalition (ITRC) is a network of over 400 mental health, social service, social justice, climate, emergency response, faith, and other professionals working to prevent harmful personal, family, community, and societal maladies resulting from climate change generated traumas and toxic stresses by ensuring that every adult and child in the U.S. and worldwide learns preventative Presencing (self-regulation) and Purposing (adversity-based growth) information and skills.
Please submit any questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustainable Rogue Valley presents
Support Group for Earth Activists
Saturday, June 22, 2019 1 – 3 pm
Unitarian Universalist Hall,
129 NW ‘E’ Street, Grants Pass, 97526
- Potluck snacks are encouraged
- Please bring your utensils
Activism is hard work. It can lead to burnout, feelings of isolation, frustration and discouragement, as well as many other feelings. Some of us were inspired by an Awakening the Dreamer seminar recently and decided to hold this support group and invite other activists as well.
This gathering will be a safe space for people involved in earth activism of all kinds to gather and give and receive support, talk about issues they face as activists, ask for help and give help to others. It won’t be a forum for debate, but rather a place where we can gain strength from being together.
“We are stronger together”