June 23 and July 27
Robin spoke to the Sewanee Summer Seminar, an “alumni college”, on “So You Want to Save the World? Theoecology Meets the Green Economy.”
Robin gave a presentation on CRE to the annual meeting of the Episcopal Camps and Conference Centers National Conference in Memphis. There we brainstormed on how the two organizations might collaborate.
Robin makes a presentation on CRE to Otey Parish’s Adult Forum in Sewanee.
Along with Jeff Hunter of the Southern Appalachian Forest Coalition and Mark McKnight of Rock Creek Outfitters, Robin was interviewed by Richard Windham of WUTC, on the value of wilderness. Aired 8:45 pm Nov. 1.
Robin met with Jeff Hunter of the Southern Appalachian Forest Coalition, Brent Wiles from Senator Alexander’s (R-TN) office, Brent Martin of The Wilderness Society, and Mark McKnight of Rock Creek Outfitters (Chattanooga) touring areas in the Cherokee National Forest proposed for wilderness designation.
Robin spoke on CRE to the Monteagle Rotary Club
Rick spoke to Living in Creation, the Environmental Ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee, about CRE and how we might support one another
Robin will facilitate a discussion with a group of visiting pastors as part of the Trinity Institute program, Building an Ethical Economy, hosted at the School of Theology
Robin spoke to Professor Daniel Carter’s Environmental Education class on “Religion, Spirituality, and Environmental Education.”
Robin served as keynote speaker in Earth Day activities at Brenau University, Gainesville State University, and the Featherbone Communiversity in Gainesville, GA.