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Fitzpatrick Auditorium at Kansas Wesleyan University
100 E Claflin Ave, Salina, Kansas, 67401

Julianne Lutz Warren is a freelance scholar, storyteller, visiting scholar at The Land Institute, and community activist. Join her in a welcoming into a surround-sound event to listen to extinct voices for what hope might mean in crisis.

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Esalen Institute
55000 Highway 1, Big Sur, CA, 93920

The Land Institute co-founder, Wes Jackson, and Director of Ecosphere Studies, Aubrey Streit-Krug present a workshop at Esalen Institute that taps into the pioneering research of Wes Jackson and The Land Institute’s extensive work with Natural Systems Agriculture — which aims to change the way we farm, moving away from an extractive relationship to the earth toward perennial crops that hold soil and work with ecosystems — to engage in lively discussions as we collectively plot a more resilient future.

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Pioneer Bluffs
695 KS HWY 177, Matfield Green, KS, 66862-9759

Wes Jackson, founder and president emeritus of The Land Institute, will be a keynote speaker at the 2020 Tallgrass Writing Workshop, April 17 — 18. Jackson, a leader in the...

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Center for Great Plains Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
1155 Q Street, Lincoln, NE, 68588-0214

A conversation about climate change and culture asking: How did climate change become such a divisive issue? How does culture affect our understanding of climate change and limit or advance our possibilities for addressing it? Why have some embraced climate change denial and tried to delegitimize climate science? Can the arts and humanities disciplines bring to the discussion new and constructive ways of communicating?

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The Land Institute
2440 E. Water Well Rd, Salina, KS, 67401-9051

The Land Institute's 42nd annual Prairie Festival invites people from all walks of life with an interest in perennial agriculture and sustainability to Central Kansas for a weekend of inspirational talks and community including art, music, and food.

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