Join us for a virtual film screening of “Earth Water Woman” followed by a panel discussion and celebration of congregations’ stewardship efforts. “Earth Water Woman” is a film that spotlights a community reforestation project in Trinidad and Tobago and its charismatic leader, Akilah Jaramogi. A micro-solution for the macro problem of climate change, this documentary urges viewers everywhere to examine their relationship to their watershed.
This event is part of a larger movement of “Creation care” in Queen Anne’s County, in which members of the faith community increase land and water stewardship through a program called Stewards for Streams. Funded by Chesapeake Bay Trust, Stewards for Streams is a partnership between ShoreRivers, a nonprofit that protects and restores Eastern Shore waterways, and Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, a nonprofit that has engaged over 300 congregations across Maryland in caring for their local watersheds.
To learn more about Stewards for Streams, or to RSVP to this event, contact Suzanne Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 443-358-0511 ext. 214. Visit ShoreRivers.org and InterfaithChesapeake.org to see more examples of faith-based collaborations to improve our local watersheds.