Sandra Pardo, social worker, Coffey Park neighborhood in Santa Rosa.

Let’s face it: Although we’ve had a relatively mild fire season to date in 2022, we all remain on high alert.

The Outdoor Art Club’s next free public webinar, on Thursday, Nov. 17th at 1pm, will make sure that is the case, as they invited filmmaker/producer Phyllis Rosenfield to present the documentary “Embers of Awakening: From Firestorms to Climate Healing,” a 75-minute film from the nonprofit organization Listening for a Change.

Stories from 2017 Tubbs fire survivors situate a global climate crisis in Sonoma County and examine how we can recover from trauma, while providing insights into how we can help prevent further devastation of our communities and planet.

Note: This webinar will only be available live. Due to the proprietary nature of the content, a recording will not be made available.


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