How do we live, work, and play in better ways in our region and keep the ever-widening skill sets of our leaders focused on a shared vision…a good vision that moves Nature towards the center of how, what, and why we function? In other words, seeing through Our Nature Eye.
Humanics@FresnoState visits the Giant Sequoia National Monument and the Tule River watershed with WildPlaces as their humble host. WildPlaces is so pleased to show these change agents from the much respected Humanics@FresnoState a little about how Nature presents a method for making human-centered decisions more inclusive of Nature…and the humans.
A collection of students and professors from a wide range of academic and real-life focus areas, this remarkable program transforms lives and perspectives on leadership & philanthropy and engenders Exceptional Leaders, Enhanced Organizations, & Enriched Communities.
WildPlaces is pleased to host Humanics@FresnoState again this year in this informal and outdoor Skill-Sharing afternoon with the goal to unravel standard, inflexible, and often damaging systems and replacing them with new, fresh, innovative, and thoughtful approaches to address complex social, economic, artistic, and environmental dysfunctions.
Come learn more. The event is open to WildPlaces’ folks to volunteer and help roll the day out and to participate in the discussions. Space is limited and registration is required. Lunch will be a Bag-Lunch-Potluck.
Reach Mehmet, if you want to attend. 760.447.1702 and Mehmet@wildplaces.net.
10 am arrival at WildPlaces’ Headquarters in Springville
10.15 - A round of introductions
10.30am - Establish some desired outcomes/goals for the day
10.45 - What’s the Fuss over the Yaudanchi Ecological Reserve?
The citizen’s group Friends of Yaudanchi stumbled into a room two years ago where a fight broke out.. Hear how that fight now presents differently so that a rare open space might be saved, water conserved, wildlife made happy, and community health improved.
11.15 - A Tale of Two Movements: Social Justice is Environmental Justice
Immigration rights activists from O.L.A. Raza and business owners of River Ridge Ranch share their journeys from the streets, rangelands, and wildlands in search of more efficiency in doing one simple task - changing the mindset of a mad, mad world.
11.45 am - Bag-Lunch-Potluck on the River
12.15 pm - Stewardship Project. Shovels will be provided