Organizers of the SOIL Sangre de Cristo “Speaker Series” announced this week that George Sibley will be the guest for this month’s event held virtually, via Zoom from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 25.
Sibley’s credentials are well known throughout this region with his extensive writing portfolio and career as an educator at Western Colorado University in Gunnison. He’ll explore the issues of sustainability, community, and the interaction of humans in their environment; all topics of his professional focus.
SOIL Sangre de Cristo supports farmers, ranchers and other food producers in our region with zero percent interest loans. Since its founding, SOIL Sangre de Cristo has loaned $20,000 to three farms and ranches in our region to support the local food economy and strengthen its resilience.
Organizers of the January speaker event say that this thought-provoking dialogue followed by group discussion may lead to surprising or different conclusions from what you might assume.
Click on SOIL SangredeCristo.org to RSVP and to receive the Zoom link.
SOIL Sangre de Cristo is now accepting loan applications for zero percent interest loans. The next round of loan applications is open, with the deadline to complete applications set for January 31.
Members of the SOIL Sangre de Cristo community become investors in a resilient local food portfolio by building the revolving loan fund and voting to award the strongest loan applications.
The mission of SOIL Sangre de Cristo is to unite the communities of South-Central Colorado through direct support for local farmers, ranchers and food producers, improving food security, improvement in soil carbon and health for all residents.