Heart and Hearth

Permaculture provides one way of reconnecting to nature. Remembering nature’s rhythms, and revisiting customs in Latvia, can help us learn ways of resilience and come together in heart and hearth. (Note that this service was recorded in the winter but is still relevant now.)

Rev. Renee Ruchotzke has served as a UUA Congregational Life Consultant since 2010. Renee lives in Kent, Ohio and is a local community organizer and activist. She and her spouse Randy practice sustainable living with solar panels, an electric car, a backyard permaculture food forest, and a front yard pollinator garden on their city lot.

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