EMO/OIPL Creation Justice Webinar 4
September 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Care for creation intersects with racial justice and the health of the soil, water and air. This work looks unique in different parts of the state based on the people who live there, ways the land has been used, and species and landscape elements present in each region. We will learn about some of Oregon’s environmental justice concerns and the organizations working on them through a series of six webinars this summer.
The fourth webinar will feature Randy Woodley with Eloheh Indigenous Center for Earth Justice. For decades, Randy and Edith Woodley have cultivated Eloheh (ay-luh-hay) as a community, farm, seed bank and learning center. For over 30 years, the Woodleys have been teaching Native and non-Native people’s to deepen their commitment to preserving humanity’s role as good earth-keepers by understanding Creator’s invitation to harmony and shalom. Through summits, camps, ceremony, conferences and teachings, the Woodleys offer an opportunity for all to learn a new way to live on the land and respond to the climate crisis.