Sustainability Leadership Awards Campfire Stories
Strengthening individuals so we can strengthen our communities
Join the Sustainable Seattle community as we gather together virtually for our annual Sustainability Leadership Awards on Tuesday, December 8, 2020.
Campfire Stories inventively flips the traditional awards ceremony by forging ways for you to have intimate, meaningful connections with Seattle’s brightest sustainability thinkers and practitioners. Around the symbolic campfire, we practice one of the most enduring and powerful human practices: sharing our stories.
The program will dig into our shared appreciation and necessary stewardship of our region’s rich environmental, social, and economic resources. Get ready to bust out your flannel and cozy up with friends old and new!
The 2020 Sustainability Leadership Awards
Black Star Farmers, for their significant contributions in the area of Culture + Environment
Kamal Patel, for his significant contributions working with Community/Access/Data
King County Equity Now, for their significant contributions in the area of Aligning Forces | Forces that Divide
A fourth, surprise honoree in the area of Deep Democracy will be announced at the event!
Our Campfire Stories celebration will feature:
- Stories by Sustainability Leadership Awards Honorees
- Interactive breakout groups with the Honorees
- Live music from Crows at a Crosswalk
- Sustainable Community Winter Market
- Too Many Marshmallows to Count!
This event supports S2's community programs creating a more sustainable Seattle. Please support generously!
*Registrations at $25 and up include special S2 curated gifts, sent to you by mail when you register before Nov 30*
*Recurring donations at $15 a month and above become members of Sustainable Seattle.*
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**If you are from a Frontline Community (e.g. BIPOC, differently-abled, experiences of houselessness) and attending presents a financial burden for you, we want you to know you're welcome. Click here for more information.