Apr 17, 2015
Lupa GreenWolf joins us in this episode to discuss alternate ways to be an environmentalist and how every little bit helps. How do we navigate the complexities of environmentalism and activism, particularly if someone is a city-dweller and rents their house or apartment? How do we acknowledge that sometimes people can’t do what other people think they should be doing for activism for many reasons: from disability to matters of food justice? We talk about how it’s important to acknowledge one’s strength, how to be responsible when working with others, and how to be mindful of the small things that can help the planet. We also discuss Lupa’s Tarot of Bones project, and the nature of our own ancestors and mortality.
Lupa GreenWolf is a Pagan author, artist and amateur naturalist in Portland, OR. She creates artwork out of bones and other natural materials, and is the author of several books on nature spirituality. She has a Master's degree in counseling psychology and recently completed requirements for certification in Ecopsychology through Lewis & Clark College, and is a certified Wilderness First Responder. She's also the organizer for Curious Gallery, a two-day arts festival celebrating cabinets of curiosity and their contents every January in Portland. When she's not working on the Tarot of Bones and other creative projects, she may be found hiding out in the wilderness areas of Oregon and southern Washington.
Indiegogo Campaign for the Tarot of Bones (Ends May 19): https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-tarot-of-bones/