Monthly Archives: September 2016

Using the Right Measure

Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid. – Albert Einstein

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Reflections

On Saturday morning, September 10th, members of the EECOI met at the confluence of the White and Puyallup Rivers to experience reflective practice skills and spend some time listening to the river. It was a beautiful morning, with a kingfisher, … Continue reading

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Nature 101

There are numerous municipal parks and wild areas scattered around the watershed, little (and large) ecosystems where nature can still be seen in something that closely resembles an undisturbed condition. This access to nature can be a difficult proposition in … Continue reading

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Gathering at the River

This Saturday, September 10th, the EECOI faculty for Reflective Practices is hosting a time of contemplation and a chance to “… cherish what connects us,” at the river’s edge in Puyallup. This meeting is open to all members of the … Continue reading

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Diversity

As part of the EECOI’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in the way it is organized and in the programs that it supports, ongoing training is being offered at several points over the next few months. These are opportunities … Continue reading

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