OK, apologies again for not keeping this blog up to date, and again, I'll try to do better. You'd think that Covid life would help, but I've actually been pretty busy.
By way of remorse, I'll mention three events I'm involved in:
First, tomorrow evening, January 25, at 7:30 Eastern/6:30 Central, I'm giving a Zoom presentation hosted by Tri-State Interfaith Creation Care in Evansville, starring our wonderful net-zero home. It's called Building and Living Green: Climate-Healthy Homes in Southern Indiana. Register and get the Zoom link by emailing: email@example.com. Here's the flyer.Second, ongoing in January, a four-week Zoom class, currently called Presbyterians and the Climate Crisis. We're planning to offer it again, expanding beyond Presbyterians to other denominations and faiths, in April for Earth Month. Its goal is to engage hearts, minds and spirits to recognize the urgency of the climate crisis and inspire individuals and churches to take action to address this crisis, action that has been called for by the Presbyterian Church (USA) and other denominations and religious groups. Major focus is on environmental justice and on carbon fee and dividend legislation. If you are interested in getting more information for April, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And third, a podcast! Kyle Kramer, executive director at the Earth and Spirit Center in Louisville, interviewed me recently about the Bible's support for creation care and about our zero-energy home, and you can find it here. Please enjoy, and send comments if you wish.
Finally, pics of our new greenhouse, where we are growing our winter salad.