Becoming an Earth Advocate
Practical Applications for Changing the World
Tired of raging on Facebook? Looking for a productive and engaging way of advocating for the earth in your community? Then join us for a nine-week course beginning March 5, 2018, that does just that.
Becoming an Earth Advocate is a program designed for individuals who are convicted about the calling to care for the Earth and want practical information to become informed activists and advocates. In this course you will:
- Learn about Louisville’s environmental issues.
- Meet key players in Louisville’s environmental advocacy community.
Sarah Lynn Cunningham - Director of the Louisville Climate Action Network
Justin Mog - Assistant to the Provost for Sustainability Initiatives, University of Louisville
Amanda Fuller - Lots of Food
Tom FitzGerald - Director Kentucky Resources Council
Arnita Gadson - Director of the West Jefferson County Community Task Force
Mary Love - Volunteer Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, Kentucky Interfaith Power & Light
Lane Boldman - Director of Kentucky Conservation Committee
Bill Hollander - Metro Council Representative for District 9
Morgan McGarvey - State Senator for District 19
- Gain the skills needed to be an activist.
- Plan and implement environmental projects or events.
This course will culminate with either an individual or group application gained from experience through the course.
Dates: Monday evenings: March 5, 12, 19, 26, Apr 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Time: 6:00 to 7:30
*Bring a friend and get $76. Call the office and give Code: Earth Advocate
There are three ways to register for a program.
- Register by MAIL - download program brochure and registration form; mail form and payment to the Earth & Spirit Center
- Register by PHONE - call Earth & Spirit Center and make payment with credit card
- Register ONLINE - complete registration form below; make online payment with credit card