Living Inland: Growing Connections and Thanks

by: Kirsten Lyons
contact: stewardship@scriver.org
10:45 Dec 27 2017 Brown City, Michigan

Living Inland: Growing Connections and Thanks
Why should we work towards a Great Lakes Commons and how ?
I gave Yvonne Osborne two Currency of Care notes because I think that farmers and people who live inland are often left out of conversations about water. We have seen locally and regionally that farming practices can directly contribute to water quality degradation, and yet, we rarely speak with growers about their connection to the Great Lakes. People who live away from the coasts are also directly impacted and have impacts on freshwater, and they, too are left out of the discussion.

My hope is that Yvonne will see my offer as a “thank you” for her steadfast commitment to a healthy environment and healthy people, and that she’ll continue in her great work and keep spreading the love. I think the share no.’s I gave Yvonne are 2745 and 2746.
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