We are still accepting applications for the 2019 Field school. If you are thinking of applying, now is your chance! Click here to submit an application and become part of a trans-border group of change makers in the Salish Sea.
EXPERIENCE THE SALISH SEA WITHOUT BORDERS! Travel both sides of the international border with a cohort of Canadian and US students interested in creating positive social and environmental change. Become a part of a network of leaders in this unique region. Gain leadership skills, practice reciprocity, explore reconciliation and develop environmental hope while being immersed in the Salish Sea bioregion.
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In celebration of our 10 year anniversary, Redfish now has a new website! Stay tuned over the next couple of months as we add details and information about our upcoming events and our summer field school. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the new communications coordinator, Joy Beauchamp: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are feeling despair regarding the environment and need some inspiration and reasons for maintaining hope, join world renowned author and researcher, Dr. Elin Kelsey at Western Washington University on January 24th and 25th, 2019. Elin’s work is a welcome break from current environmental narratives which use language and examples to evoke despair and terror. A gifted storyteller and infectious agent for spreading hope, Elin artfully weaves together her wealth of examples from the natural world to show how the resiliency of other species can help not only restore but also spread hope to those around us. Whether your interests are social justice or environmental education, Elin’s workshops will inspire discussion and help shift our focus away from problems and towards the miraculous solutions that abound in our world.
For more information about these events, click here.