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A Discussion on Environment and Well-Being with Minal Mistry

April 18 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm


Mistry will employ a holistic approach, using systems thinking to unravel the environmental complexities shaping our lives in Oregon. Gain insights into the environmental burdens sustaining the unique Oregonian lifestyle and the nuanced interplay with our collective wellbeing.

This engaging talk will transcend local boundaries, shedding light on our global reliance and the far-reaching impact on communities worldwide. Explore themes of Migration and Transitions, and delve into emerging concerns such as novel pollutants affecting water, land, and food sources.

The evening promises ample time for discussion, offering you the chance to share your personal experiences and perspectives on these critical topics. As we unravel the interconnected web of environmental and human development concerns, you’ll leave with a deeper understanding of our shared responsibilities.

About the Artist:

Minal Mistry (he/him) is a biologist/scientist working in the industrial sustainability arena with an emphasis on the impacts of material production and consumption upon the living Earth. His focus area is at the intersections of environmental, ecological and social justice. His art has evolved from those intersections, primarily as sculpture and writing.

Price: This event is free and open to the public. Spaces are limited so registration is required.

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Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture
68467 Three Creeks Rd
Sisters, OR 97759 United States
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