Sustainability Month

This week’s mini-show celebrates May in a big way. Learn about:

– National Train Day

– Gifting olive trees in honor of Sustainabilty Month

– Inspired reading that may surprise you

– Reflection

Enjoy the show now!

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3 thoughts on “Sustainability Month

  1. Jennifer G. May 5, 2011 / 4:45 pm

    Hi Jane, I just wrote you a long email and thought I posted it. Did it? (I’m Pam’s friend and am super tickled by that you’ve featured “Trees for Life.” A friend forwarded it to me. I was totally surprised. Hoping to see you again sometime soon. Pam and I have talked about that. Jennifer

  2. Jennifer G. May 5, 2011 / 4:42 pm

    Jane, This is Jennifer (friend of Pam’s). A friend just forwarded this to me…I realized it was your website and doing! Amazing.

    Has Pam told you that I’m serving as CFT’s Interfaith Coordinator supporting and recruiting faith-connected groups to sell our Holy Land (gourmet, stellar! olives oils) and other delicacies from the Holy produced by Palestinian fair-trade and organic farmers, and women in micro-business coops. (There’s 1700 farm families/members in the coops and they’re from/in 50 Palestinian villages. There are small-scale producers.)

    Your heart will be moved if you go to our website and “meet farmers” and “meet women producers” where we have photos stories of some of our producers (website: http://www.canaanusa.com).

    I’ve thought about you and Pam and I have talked about how nice it would be it if you can walk with us again sometime; we can do a walk that works for you!

    I didn’t know you were doing A Clear Place gatherings; Pam has shared some of the things you’ve been up to, though, helping people transition and let go of their stuff!

    Your creativity is helping and blessing many!

    Jennifer

    • Jane Green May 5, 2011 / 7:34 pm

      Thanks for writing, Jennifer. Nice to hear from you and delighted to be able to help spread the word about Canaan Fair Trade. The website is well done as is the work and mission. I actually learned of it from the folks at West Hills Friends Church. They sell the products once a month as well as distribute information. I’m getting good feedback on this post including news from readers who have bought trees today!

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