Program and Project Updates for Grandparents May 4, 2021

May 4 Blog Post

Topics Covered:  

1)) National Geographic video on Mozambique [video] 

2)) The Woman Who Saved the Hawks: Redeeming an Overlooked Pioneer of Conservation [[article]] 

3)) 2 Perspectives of STEEP... useful to Co-Create the Well-Living Community for Grandparents [[blog post]]  

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May 1, 2021

Grounded in Realness - video

@GreenRenaissanc Twitter

"The Lost Forest | Nobel Peace Prize Shorts" - Twitter

Mozambique
National Geographic
@NatGeo - Twitter

May 2, 2021 

The Woman Who Saved the Hawks: Redeeming an Overlooked Pioneer of Conservation

https://www.brainpickings.org/2021/04/29/rosalie-edge/
via @brainpicker (Twitter) 

Waking Up: David Whyte on the Power of Poetry and Silence as Portal to Presence

https://www.brainpickings.org/2021/04/30/david-whyte-silence-poetry-waking-up/

via @brainpicker (Twitter)

May 3, 2021

Perspective: Youth involved in ecological restoration experienced improved emotional, social, and physical health, along with a capacity for environmental restoration.
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2 Perspectives of STEEP - Change & Transition

'In every drop of water, there is a story of life.'

~ Leena Arif

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