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Bioregional Food Covenant and Watershed Discipleship

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Published on Apr 16, 2014

Learn about this national initiative being launched this Spring. How does it work? Who is it for? What is its potential? Will it work for me? My communities? Moderated by Food Justice Fellow, Vickie Machado, presenters Ched Myers and Todd Wynward will describe the Covenant and dialogue with participants. Ched Myers is an activist theologian who has worked in social change movements for almost 40 years. He has authored myriad articles and more than a half-dozen books, most of which can be found at www.ChedMyers.org. He and his partner Elaine Enns, a restorative justice practitioner, live in the Ventura River watershed in southern California and co-direct Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries (www.bcm-net.org). Todd Wynward lives in a yurt with his family in the high desert mountains near Taos, NM. Todd is the founder of a wilderness-based public school, leads backpacking and river trips for adult seekers, and is the animating force behind TiLT, an emerging discipleship community in Taos. He is the author of The Secrets of Leaven, a novel patheos.com calls "a delicious mystery exploring deep questions."

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