"Land Speaks" signs punctuated the 2020 Farm/Art DTour. Thanks to Curt Meine & Wisconsin Humanities. Quote by Kevin Koch, from Contours: A Literary Landscape (2019).
More opportunities to connect
Join noted author and conservation biologist Curt Meine next Wednesday, Oct 28, 7 pm for an interview hosted by the Sinsinawa Mound Center. Click here to register for the Politics of Our Rural Land and afterwards, stick around for further conversation on the rural-urban continuum with Local Voices Network.
Over the next month, we invite you to participate in free, 90-minute Zoom conversations that make space for individuals from diverse geographies to meet, share stories, and listen. This collaborative series with Local Voices Network (LVN) and Rural Urban FLOW is Part 2 of an initiative started in the spring, wherein rural and urban dwellers gathered for a series of Zoom conversations about food, farming, and the land in the lead-up to the Farm/Art DTour.
A new rural-urban conversation script has been developed by FLOW partners to create the possibility of continued flow and dialogue across the state of Wisconsin. All individuals with Wisconsin connections are invited to join. Participants may join stand-alone conversations and/or breakout conversations happening after special events organized by Rural Urban FLOW partners. Click here to register.