Date: January 12
Time: 8:30 to 9:45 a.m.
Location: Minnesota State Capitol ground level, L’Etoile du Nord Vault room
Continental breakfast and discussion. Storytelling can be a powerful tool for connecting people and fostering civic engagement.
Join our Public Engagement Manager, Jothsna Harris, alongside Rebecca Montgomery (U of M and Backyard Phenology) and Jennifer Tonko (Minnesota Humanities Center) for a presentation on the power of storytelling for raising environmental action and awareness.
More info: This event is hosted by The UMN Center for Changing Landscapes which offers social science research, conservation program evaluation, community assessment training, and other services to natural resource agencies, nonprofit organizations, and communities throughout Minnesota and beyond. A primary goal is to empower communities, citizens, leaders, and environmental managers in inclusive and visionary planning, design, and problem solving for sustainable
and equitable futures.
The CLIMATE CONNECTIONS series aims to create a forum for Minnesotans to network, exchange information, and forge new or strengthened collaborations in relation to climate change work.