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engaging Community for local environmental stewardship

We  live  in  a  pristine  treasure  trove  of  natural  beauty,  where  water  flows  abundantly,  mountains  tower  around  us  and  forests  flourish.  Often  we  take  this  for  granted,  assuming  these  are never  ending  resources.  Or  perhaps  we  are  holding  on  to  a  fear  of  economic  strain  if  we  do  not   continue  with  a  carbon-dependent  20th  century  way  of  living.


We   will  be  utilizing  media  platforms  to  engage  locals  in  effective  dialogue where  we  ask  one another  tough  questions  about  what  environmental stewardship means  to  one  another.   We  aren’t  afraid  of  healthy  debate,  however,  we  do  so  with  purpose with  an  outcome  of  finding  what  we  do  have  in  common  and  how  we  can  come  together  in  demanding  stewardship in  our  community.  We  hold  one  another  accountable, often   utilizing  visual  media  in  order  to  achieve face  to  face  contact  where  tone  and  expression  become  an  important  aspect  in  building  communities  up. 


INFSD  will  offer  surveys  for  locals  to  be  an  interactive  participant  around  Environmental Stewardship in  the  Inland  Northwest.