17th Annual Earth Conference - Honoring Biodiversity
Saturday, November 5, 2022
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Student Union Ballroom
In this conference we will look at examples of the strength of diversity in nature and in human society. We will then explore the long ignored wisdom of the Lakota People and learn how these teachings can help us find our way back to a healthy, balanced interconnection with nature.
This year’s Conference will be held in person with a virtual streaming option available. Virtual participants will be able to interact with speakers via chat and with each other in breakout rooms.
"Biodiversity in Natural Ecosystems" by Bruno Borsari, retired Winona State Professor of Biology.
"Diversity in Social Ecosystems" by Sabrina Mercedes, founder of Safe Relations.
"Reviving Interconnection" by Megan Schnitker, Executive Director of Mahkato Revitalization Project.
Morning Coffee and Lunch Included with In-Person RegistrationIn-Person (Pre-Registration):$50 In-Person (At the Door): $60 Virtual (Zoom) Attendance: $35 Student (In-Person or Virtual): $15* **Scholarships are available!** Current students can attend for FREE by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your interest. Please include your first & last name as well as how you heard about the conference.