Monday, December 5, 2011

Bryan Welch shares thoughts from his book, Beautiful and Abundant, at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2011, at the Fayetteville Public Library

OHG is pleased to present Mr. Bryan Welch, author of the book, Beautiful and Abundant, on Tuesday (TOMORROW), December 6, at

6:00 pm in the Walker Room of the Fayetteville Public Library.

I am writing to let you know that we have another big name in sustainability coming to Fayetteville on December the 6th. On December 6th Bryan Welch will share his insights with the Northwest Arkansas community and sign copies of his book, Beautiful and Abundant, at the Fayetteville Public Library at 6pm. Bryan Welch is also the Editorial Director of Mother Earth News and The Utne Reader. The Ozark Headwaters Group Sierra Club is honored to host this event as an opportunity to share the empowering message of Bryan Welch with the community. Mr. Welch believes that humanity needs a collective positive vision to inspire constructive engagement and positive change. In his new book, Beautiful and Abundant, he explores the power of human visualization and offers an engaging and practical method for building a collective vision of human sustainability one person – and one endeavor – at a time. Again, this event is Tuesday, December 6th at 6pm in the Fayetteville Public Library Walker Room.
Please use this link to read a sample from the book.
Please come join us and invite your friends. All are welcome!
Joanna Pollock
OHG Sierra Club Programs Committee

Beautiful and Abundant: Building the World We Want, by Bryan Welch

Humanity's definitive challenge: Sustain our quality of life on Earth.

While we fight about short-term environmental obstacles and debate symptoms and solutions, societies fail to offer positive incentives for change.
We need a positive vision for humanity’s future to harness the full power of human imagination and community initiative. This is where Beautiful and Abundant comes in.
Bryan Welch With DonkeysLearn how to make your lifestyle more sustainable, and learn how to look beyond immediate obstacles toward humanity's destination: a world that is aesthetically beautiful, economically abundant, ethically fair and irresistably contagious.
-Bryan Welch
Author, Beautiful and Abundant

In his compelling book Beautiful and Abundant, Bryan Welch challenges us to reframe our most pressing environmental challenges into a transformative, equitable vision of the future. His rich blend of practical strategies, poetic narrative, and deep curiosity will engage and inspire anyone intent on living a better life today - and creating a sustainable legacy for generations to come.
- P. Simran Sethi, Emmy award-winning journalist and Associate Professor of Journalism, University of Kansas

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