Re-Storying our Future through Music, Writing, and Interactive Art

Re-story: to restore; to tell a new story about what is possible on this precious planet

The Graduation Speech My Generation Needs to HearRegister Guard
If Your House Is On Fire: Interview with Kathleen Dean Moore on the Moral Urgency of Climate ChangeSun Magazine
Can’t Do Anything About It? Watch me – Dealing with climate’s change’s New Deniers – The Oregonian
Why Jail May Be My Home for the Holidays” Why we’ll risk arrest to stop Keystone -Register-Guard (used different title)
“A Mother’s Uncivil Disobedience”   If we want to save the planet, we’d better get a little hysterical – Eugene Weekly
“Mandalas of Motherhood”  Colored sand, dirty diapers, and a spiritual revelation – Mothering.com
“The North Pole Is Going Green!”  Santa has an epiphany – ISLE (Oxford University Press)
“Adorning the Air with Mistakes” Music as prayer – Folk Harp Journal
Video highlights of Sun Magazine interview with Kathleen Dean Moore
“Re-Storying the World”  Stories can help us create a just and healthy future  -  The Colonygram

Click here to view Mary’s 2012 “Happening People” profile in Eugene Weekly.

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  • Current and Upcoming

    Current: "Words to the Wind": My front lawn installation from Earth Week, when school children, college students, and neighbors made colorful prayer flags. Each answered the question, "What action will YOU take for future generations?"

    Upcoming: Slideshow of "Words to the Wind" here

    August: Oregon Quarterly feature on the pioneering legal work of Mary Christina Wood, environmental law professor and author of "Nature's Trust" (2013).

    Fall/Winter: Sun Magazine in-depth profile of Mary Christina Wood: "If you ever thought there was no purpose to your life, think again. The action we take today will determine our children's future."