In addition to the March 23 AZIPL fundraiser, check out these opportunities this month:

Join “The Walk” at Rio Salado Habitat on March 18.  See http://www.mowthewalk.org. AZIPL is sponsoring a “wave” during this 90 minute contemplative walk. Check out the website but contact Nona Siegel at nona.siegel@gmail.com for more info on the AZIPL “wave”.

Be inspired by Liz Warren’s “The Grail Story” on March 24 at 7 pm at Tempe Community Christian Church.   Liz is the Director of the South Mountain Community College Storytelling Institute.  The “Grail Story”, first written in the 12th century, intrigues us still today. It shows us what happens when masculine and feminine powers are imbalanced, when nature and sovereignty are not respected and when we fail to speak courageously. Then, join Liz and others at her workshop on Saturday, the 25th, from 9am to 12 noon at the same location, to go a little deeper into this fascinating story.

Then, go to ASU and hear Roger Gottlieb, the internationally-renowned exponent of religious environmentalism, speak on Monday, March 27 at 4 pm at the Memorial Union, “For the Love of Life:  Environmental Crisis and Environmental Action” (https://schoolofsustainability.asu.edu/events/.  You likely will need to register early.  Roger will then be speaking at an Environmental Ethics lunch at noon on Tuesday the 28th at the Newman Center. Check back forfurther registration details.

Whew! And that’s just the rest of March.  Check out our April calendar later this month.