With Jane Woodward, Policy Consultant/Educator
Learn how to take actions to sustain the local economy and environment. With so many online services, why would you want to become a “localist” or “locavore”? We’ll examine all aspects of the locally-based lifestyle supporting the sustainability of our local community, from banking to food purchases to recreational and energy choices. What can you do to increase resiliency and community, and protect our increasingly fragile economy and environment?
Thurs., July 30 • 10 a.m.-noon
$15 • Class #: 31213
Jane Woodward (M.Ed, MPA, JD) has been a social science researcher, analyst and program developer for over 45 years. In recent years, she has focused on developments in brain research and integrative medicine, economic and community development, and lifestyle changes in response to climate change. She is an active member of the Arcata Economic Development Committee, the OLLI curriculum committee, and formerly Transition Humboldt. She has developed and presented OLLI courses on Creative Living, Consciousness: An Exploration, Conscious Living, and Advocacy, and coordinates the OLLI Brown Bag lunch program.