Date: Tuesday Jul 19, 2016
Time: cancelled -
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Zoe Weil, president of the Institute for Humane Education www.HumaneEducation.org (IHE) and author of “The World Becomes What We Teach: Educating a Generation of Solutionaries” and Nautilus Silver Medal-winner, “Most Good, Least Harm: A Simple Principle for a Better World and Meaningful Life,” will offer an afternoon workshop at IHE’s oceanfront campus in Surry, ME, to simultaneously:
• evoke wonder and appreciation for the natural ecology and wildlife in our region;
• offer an understanding of how personal choices affect other species and the environment;
• provide inspiration to become a solutionary who helps create a more humane and regenerative world.
We’ll do the Wonder Walk, which awakens our senses and deepens our love for the beauty, mystery and complexity of nature; examine the True Price of everyday choices to assess our impact people, animals, and the environment, and explore how we can be Solutionaries for a better world. (Ages 13 and older)Location: The Institute for Humane Education
792 Surry Rd., Surry, ME
(On the Blue Hill peninsula, 4 miles from Ellsworth on Rt. 172)
Contact Name: Zoe Weil
Contact Phone #: (207) 460-6242
Event web page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wonder-and-protect-tickets-25580604276
Event Sponsor(s): Institute for Humane Education
This is a free event.