Thursday, January 16, 2020
Starts at 5p – See schedule below
SeaStar Village
611 Heliotrope Avenue
Corona del Mar, CA 92625

$20 per person | Includes light refreshments and tea

Please join Jon Young of the 8 Shields Institute and Jodi Levine-Wright of Earthroots Field School for an intimate evening with stories, lecture and solution-focused conversation on Culture Repair.

Mental health, physical health, and the health and well being of our planet are all tied together. Southern California’s unique environmental and social culture is very different today than that of just a couple of generations ago. Through inspiring stories and lecture, Jon and Jodi will share nature connection insights to bring stronger relationships and health to our communities and the world. We invite your questions and stories to bring our unique communities needs into focus.

Schedule
5:00p Meet & Greet, Tabling Faire & Gift Shop
6:00p Presentation

Culture Repair and the Children’s Fire

$ 20.00
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Registration

Participants must register at least one week in advance. Limited spaces are available.

Presenter Profiles

Jon Young

Jon Young is a nature connection mentor, naturalist, wildlife tracker, peacemaker, author, workshop leader, consultant, sought after public speaker and storyteller. As a leader in the field of nature-based community building over 30 years, Jon’s research into the impact and significance of nature on human intelligence and development has influenced tens of thousands of people worldwide. www.8shields.org

Jodi Levine-Wright

Jodi is the founder and Executive Director of Earthroots Field School. She has been living and teaching experientially-based environmental education professionally since 1999. Her teaching style incorporates outdoor, hands-on activities that awaken a sense of connection and stewardship between children and the natural world. Her community-building skills create the feeling of a small village within the Earthroots program.

Questions? Please contact [email protected]