FAN Joins Br. Coyote at Arizona Forum on Food Justice, Faith and Climate Change

 

 

FAN is proud to be a part of an upcoming forum in Arizona on Food Justice, Faith and Climate Change. Coordinated and hosted by Gary Paul (Br. Coyote) Nabhan, who was recently named 2016 Distinguished Ethnobiologist, this forum offers participants workshops on a variety of topics related to the theme.

FAN’s own Rhett Engelking will be speaking at the forum at a session entitled, “Laudato Si and Faith-Based Responses.” Featuring internationally-recognized interfaith leaders, farmers, social justice activists and scholars, the forum promises to offer a unique perspective on the changing realities we face in terms of food justice and how the climate impacts the supply chain. Click here to register.

About John Michael

Pastor, teacher, husband, dog walker, gardener, petrocollapse agitator, contemplative, hiker. Currently serving as a Formation Coordinator for OEF and Dean of VT/NY conference of Lutheran Synod.

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