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.