Culture & Ecology: Stories from the Confluence

Culture & Ecology: Stories from the Confluence

By Rick Rülf + Chelsea Peil
True stories of arts, humanities and natural sciences applied for the benefit of society and the environment. Experts share practical and inspirational experiences.
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Kim Stafford, Poet Laureate of Oregon: Made of Stories

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Kim Stafford, Poet Laureate of Oregon: Made of Stories
Do words have the power to create and shape reality? We speak with poet and story-teller, Kim Stafford, about humanity's relationship to the world,  the cycle of life, regeneration and language. As Poet Laureate of Oregon, Stafford speaks with compassion and authority, raising the question, “who does the poem serve?” He shares original poems about a seed, a tree, darkness, and death, weaving a story of life using the power of words in service to humanity and all our relations.
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March 24, 2020