If you missed Wisconsin Interfaith Power & Light's first webinar series on the intersections of faith, food, and climate, the series was recorded and is available for your review.

April 6: Congregations, Land and Climate

April 13: Energy, Climate and Policy

April 20: Agriculture, Climate, and Justice

Food, Faith and Farming Network co-sponsored the series and participated in the panel on April 20. The session on April 6 included a presentation on communal gardens for congregations which is a new focus for the Network.

The series was well attending from a variety of faith traditions and locations throughout the state and supported the audience in responding faithfully to the ongoing climate emergency.

For additional information on the series, please contact Peter Bakken, Statewide Coordinator, Wisconsin Interfaith Power & Light,