Our Water, Our Health. An Evening with Tom BluewolF
A Benefit for the Chattooga Conservancy at The Ugly Dog Pub in Cashiers
Donations Accepted : All are Welcome
Cash Bar, Beer/ Wine
Join Yoga Highlands and Cashiers Valley Fusion in our 3rd annual Flow Fest: Yoga and River Awareness. We are calling our community together to celebrate the health of the Chattooga River, as the life blood of our ecosystem, with a talk led by special guest, Tom Bluewolf. Tom is a storyteller and inspired visionary who offers powerful insights into the role of water for family and planetary health and pathways for deepening your sense of connection to all life. This evening will open you up to a new way of seeing.
Let’s gather and give to the Conservancy that protects the Crown Jewel of the East, the Chattooga.
Read more about Tom Bluewolf:
Founder and Director of EarthKeepers & Company, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating people of all ages on the importance of relationship with the earth and each other. He is a charter member of the World Council of Elders, The Indigenous Healers Association and travels the world teaching workshops, conducting ceremonies, and inspiring hearts with the message of peace and harmony with “All Our Relations”. He is a board member of several local, regional and national Environmental Organizations and active in many roles with youth Programs around the country. He has appeared on many radio and television programs,written hundreds of articles to present the views of the EarthKeepers Organization and has received numerous awards and acknowledgements for his work with EarthKeepers over the past 34 years.Tom is a Native American Spiritual Guide, Tribal Ambassador, Peacemaker, and Faithkeeper. He is a musician, artist, herbalist, naturopath, environmentalist, author, and lecturer. Tom was born in Southern Alabama, raised and taught in the traditional ways by his Creek Grandparents. Tom has tribal affiliation with the Y’falla Band, Star Clan of the Eastern Lower Muscogee Creek Nation.