Author: UUCC Ministry for Earth
Free Film: Saturday, January 15, 2022
10:00 AM on Zoom followed by discussion
Registration is free. Register HERE
Film Power to Heal is about Medicare and the Civil Rights Revolution
With Local and National Subject Matter Experts Featuring:
Dr. Wayne Forde Family Physician Cleveland
Dr. Jeffrey Ponsky … read more.
Zoom: January 23, 2022 5pm Registration Required
Appalachian women are being forced to carry an unreasonable and dangerous burden for the environmental recklessness of oil and gas producing businesses, legal regulators, and legislators. Pollutants from the fracking industry affect women in … read more.
7th Principle: Respect for the Interdependent Web of All Existence of Which We Are a Part
The reason why recycling is so important is that it prevents pollution, reduces the need to harvest new raw materials, saves energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, saves money, reduces the amount … read more.
Connecting the Dots: Equitable Farming & the Climate Crisis.
Join the UUJO Environmental Justice Team’s Connecting the Dots event on Sunday, November 21 at 5:00 pm. We will talk about farming equity and how it intersects with race, class, climate change, food systems, and more. … read more.
America Recycles Day is a nationally-recognized day that celebrates and promotes recycling in the United States. On November 15, people are encouraged to spread the word about the benefits of recycling and to practice proper recycling habits. Here are some ways to commemorate the day.
Recycle … read more.
A Beautiful Day In Our (Orchard) Neighborhood!
Our UUCC Ministry for Earth Committee asks for help to complete the work started by the 7th and 8th grade Impact students and our loyal UUCC Garden and orchard helpers. We have had several work days laying out … read more.
Are you worried about climate Change? Don’t know what you can do?
One small act that has a big impact is to sign up for 100% renewable Electricity!
Did you sign up for NOPEC”s 100% renewable Electricity 2 years ago? if so, your contracted has ended … read more.
The Ministry for Earth is working with IMPACT to construct a pollinator perennial garden around the new apple trees. Beginning this fall, kids in the IMPACT program and members of the congregation will construct a lasagna mulch – a multi-layered soil-building exercise using cardboard, compost and mulch – around the 1,500 sq. ft. orchard.
We are … read more.