opening ourselves with the hinging daylight hours

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Poet of Poverty Showing: Soul Nourishment




Father Michael Doyle is a man of Great PEACE, and love for the land. This great divine devotion sends a ripple through the land here.

LOVE THE LAND.











Mark Doorley, Father Michael Doyle, and Andrea Ferich spoke at the Cherry Hill Library on a panel discussion after the showing of The Poet of Poverty, featuring the letters of Father Michael Doyle narrated by Martin Sheen, a night with Sustainable Cherry Hill.


These stories of sacrament and poetic occurances develop sustainability relationships through the pathways of justice in the region. A justice rooted in sustainable organic agriculture, integrated pest management and micro-enterprise renewal.

Father Michael, the Junior Farmers, and Andrea Ferich rode out from the greenhouse at the Center For Transformation to the Cherry Hill Library to sell/take orders for the rainbarrels (pictured above).

e-mail aferich@gmail.com with the title "Rainbarrel" to order a rainbarrel.




Today we dug a really nice big trench through the greenhouse. This will be the aquaponic/micro-green pilot system.

Thanks to the strong and super great neighbors from Sustainable Cherry Hill THEY'RE AMAZING:
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Fish! Fruit Orchards!! Native Rain Gardens!!!

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Come the first Saturday of the month 9AM- 12noon.








Click here to visit the report from the fabulous Sustainable Cherry Hill.





Andrea Ferich: "I love regional sustainability partnerships in Camden County!"



Rainbarrel pictures and web-based seedlings pre-order check out the 4 season garden curriculum: www.healthycamden.blogspot.com
Center FOR Transformation







1 comment:

Lori Braunstein said...

We suburbanites are grateful for the opportunity to work together in such a meaningful way with our urban neighbors. The Waterfront South community has so much spirit and energy and has given us a mechanism for expressing our desire to get involved.

Fr. Doyle, Andrea and Mark serve as concrete examples that amid political chaos, environmental injustice and abject poverty, there is hope.

This is just the beginning...