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Ancestral Wisdom and Climate Change

April 5, 2023 at 6:45 pm - 8:00 PM
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April 5 | 6:45 PM - 8:00 PM

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Join presenter AlÍsa Trinidad, the founder of The CommuniTea Hub and an artist with a reverence for nature, for this month’s IDEAS Hive: Ancestral Wisdom and Climate Change.

What can we learn from indigenous cultures and our ancestors? Are there any similarities between their wisdom and the regenerative movement within our culture today? Join presenter AlÍsa Trinidad, the founder of The CommuniTea Hub and an artist with a reverence for nature, for this month’s IDEAS Hive, a gathering focused on educating you on environmental issues before inviting you to produce your own local solutions

Special Note: Learning, engaging, and finding solutions. The monthly IDEAS Hive meetings allow experts from several different topics to educate you on environmental issues before inviting you to produce your own local solutions.

This program is presented by AlÍsa Trinidad and hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation in collaboration with IDEAS For Us.

About the Presenter:  

AlÍsa Trinidad is the founder of The CommuniTea Hub and an artist with a reverence for nature.

About the Presenting Organization

IDEAS For Us brings in experts on environmental topics and allows them to educate our audience, equipping them with the knowledge they need to make innovative solutions to climate change. They then engage the audience in a conversation about how to solve these issues with localized action.

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