November 19, 2022 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
Baker Wetlands & Discovery Center
1365 N. 1250 Road
Lawrence KS 66046
$20 or pay what you can
Sami Aaron

Becoming a Resilient Activist

Four Steps for a Resilient Life

Environmental activism is hard work. Sometimes, too hard.

Learning to care for yourself is an essential skill for resilient activism.

Turn Despair into Determination  …
Anger into Action …
Activism into Self-Care …

In this retreat, environmental leaders and activists will learn how to be more personally resilient in these challenging times.

Space is limited – get your Ticket NOW to secure your spot!

You will learn techniques to help you reduce stress as you make wise shifts in your activism efforts. You’ll leave with a workbook full of helpful tools you can share with your colleagues. You will have the opportunity to share and support other activists in tested and effective practices.

Waterbirds on a wetlands area

While we would like this event to be free for all interested, we are asking for a donation from attendees to cover the event’s costs (meal, event space, facilitators, etc.). We are using a “Pay What You Can” model to ensure success for all. The suggested donation for those that are able is $20.

Registration deadline: Sunday, November 13th. Register at this link.

This all-day workshop, 9 am – 3 pm, for environmental activists will be hosted at the

Baker Wetlands & Discovery Center

1365 N. 1250 Road, Lawrence KS 66046

With a delightful organic and locally-sourced lunch prepared by Raven’s Table Catering.

NOTE: The Resilient Activist surveys the benefits of our programming on the emotional well-being of participants to help inform future programs and affirm that what we offer is of value to activists. Because of this, participation in this workshop includes a request for participants to complete an optional anonymous survey of emotional well-being before and after the workshop. You will have the opportunity upon registration to indicate whether you are willing to complete the surveys.

Presented by:

With Support from the Kansas State Table of the RE-AMP network:

Climate Action KC      Climate + Energy Project      Destination Innovation
Kansas Interfaith Action      Kansas Rural Center      KC Farm School
Kansas Permaculture Institute      Kansas National Resource Council      Kansas Sierra Club
Metropolitan Energy Center      Renew Missouri

“The world needs inspired, visionary activists who have the resilience to see us through these difficult times.”           ~The Resilient Activist