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Jeffrey S. Dean is Emeritus Professor of Dendrochronology in the Laboratory of Tree-Ring at the University of Arizona, Tucson. His long-term research interests include dendroarchaeology, archaeological chronometry, paleoenvironmental reconstruction, human-environment interaction, and the archaeology of
The Reverend Michael Dowd is a former pastor and bestselling eco-theologian and deep sustainability evangelist whose book, Thank God for Evolution, was endorsed by 6 Nobel Prize-winning scientists, noted skeptics, and by religious leaders across the spectrum. Michael and his science
Pomona Hallenbeck is active in illustration, textile design, paper-making, hand book binding, Pomona established the atelier Alleyworks in Austin, Texas. This award-winning, internationally-known artist resides at Ghost Ranch. For more information about her, see www.sketchboxstudio.com.
Basia Irland is an author, poet, sculptor, installation artist and activist who creates international water projects, many of which are featured in her book, “Water Library”, published in 2007 by University of New Mexico Press. Through her work, Irland offers a creative understanding
Dr. Sue Jackson is a principle research fellow with the Australian Rivers Institute. Her research expertise includes integrated natural resource planning and management, environmental planning with community engagement, and Aboriginal customary resource management and ecological knowledge.
Belden Lane is a Presbyterian minister and Professor Emeritus of Theological Studies at Saint Louis University. His books include Backpacking with the Saints: Wilderness Hiking as Spiritual Practice, The Solace of Fierce Landscapes: Exploring Desert and Mountain Spirituality, and
Sara Pottschmidt Lisherness is the Director of the Compassion, Peace and Justice Ministry area of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) This ministry area includes poverty and hunger alleviation, disaster response, development, peacemaking, faith-based investing and corporate
Registration in these workshops also includes the Robert Mirabal concert. Celebrate Spring Equinox with Music Under the Stars packages - dinner/concert, concert only, or weekend package Online booking coming soon. Composer, songwriter and musician. Robert Mirabal has won many
Home Nguyen has over 20 years' experience in personal leadership, mind-body practices, career development, executive coaching, and facilitating organizational effectiveness. His mission is to develop mindful, influential, and compassionate leaders, and to help them master their
Nicole Salimbene is a visual artist, working with unconventional materials to explore themes of sustainability, spirituality and archetypal poetics.Her work has been exhibited in juried shows and galleries nationally and internationally, as well as reproduced for publications
Melissa Smith-Wilkinson, Yoga Alliance ERYT® 500 in Yoga Therapeutics, Restorative and Sustainable Yoga Teacher Trainer, International Retreat Leader, Alzheimers and other Dementias caregiver advocate, and Mindfulness in Schools Educator. Native Texan, Melissa currently lives in
Beata Tsosie-Peña, B.A. from Española, NM, is an active community organizer, advocate and educator, as well as a local dancer, poet and artist. Beata currently facilitates Environmental Health and Justice Focus groups for Tewa Women United and instructs poetry and writing workshops for teen groups in the Española
Julianne Lutz Warren is an ecological thinker, scholarly and creative writer, and engaged community member. Her book Aldo Leopold’s Odyssey (Island Press/Shearwater Books) is an intellectual biography of the twentieth-century cultural critic, conservationist, and author of
Martha Yates, Ph.D. lives in Vallecitos, NM. Martha is a professional archaeologist working as an interpretive guide and teacher. She is a published poet, leader of writing groups, photographer and scholar, and teaches classes for colleges, universities and public schools. She can