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Living Waters: An Interfaith Summit

November 19 2013

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Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens

Living Waters: An Interfaith Summit
When: Nov. 19, 2013 9:00 am - 4:30pm
Where: Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden [1800 Lakeside Avenue Richmond, VA  23228]
Registration fee: $25 (includes lunch and workshop materials)

Throughout history, water has transformed cultures and landscapes. And across faiths, water plays a role in almost every sacred text. On November 19, 2013, faith and conservation leaders from across the Commonwealth will come together to consider and strategically discuss water quality through the lens of faith, and together, our discoveries will act as not only a catalyst for greater mutual understanding, but also the forging of salient partnerships, as we collectively work together toward a saved Bay.

Please join interfaith and environmental advocates at this Chesapeake Bay Foundation Summit on November 19th!

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