The Spirit of the Land is Red public lecture February 6th

Transition Tallahassee, along with the FSU Center for Participant Education and the FSU American Indian Student Union, will be hosting Susan Anderson and Roy Stanley, two local elders in Creek and Cherokee ceremonial communities, to give a public presentation on Wednesday, February 6th, 2013, from 7-8PM in the FSU Center for Global Engagement (110 S. Woodward Ave), Room L.

Join Susan and Roy for a discussion on how their stories, cosmology and worldview inform their land ethic and enable them to maintain cultural and environmental sustainability in their contemporary lives. The presentation will focus on the practical application of deep values that create order, balance, harmony and peace with Mother Earth in the face of 21st century chaos and boundless consumption. Susan and Roy will discuss their understanding of natural law and speculate with you on how a better understanding of these values may give you food for thought as you fashion your own sustainability practices and values to live as one earth family in this place at this time.

The presentation is free, although donations are appreciated.  For more information, please contact:

Spirit of the Land