Center for Earth Leadership supports Agents of Change throughout NW
The Center for Earth Leadership offers a free six-week Agent of Change Course -- for anyone who would like to introduce sustainable practices and raise ecological awareness within their school, workplace, church, neighborhood or other such circle of influence. Participants are guided in the design and implementation of their vision, and receive ongoing support after they graduate. Host Stephanie Potter speaks with Program Coordinator Emily Klavins, and with two graduates, John Shorb and Kalei Augustine. John's Agent project focused on turning an abandoned gas station into Tabor commons. This was a neighborhood driven project that now houses a sustainable community meeting space and family-friendly non-profit coffee shop. Kalei started a parent Green Team at Bridlemile Elementary and joined the Eco-School Network, a group supported by the Center for parents who are active in making their children's schools more earth-friendly.
- Title: Center for Earth Leadership supports Agents of Change throughout NW
- Producer: Stephanie Potter
- Length: 27:58 minutes (12.8 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 64Kbps (CBR)