Here is your access to the streaming link for "Connectivity Project," the next film in the Jackson Hole Environmental Health Trust Film Series.

Watch the film free anytime from September 9-16, 2021. Stream expires September 16, 2021, 7:00 p.m. MT.

Join our live Q&A on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, at 7:00 p.m MT with "Connectivity Project" Founder and Director Rose Madrone.
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As always, we recommend that you watch the film on a wired device!
Q&A With "Connectivity Project" Founder and Director
Rose Madrone
Tuesday September 14, 2021, 7:00 p.m. MT
Rose Madrone, director, producer, and founder of Connectivity Project, has focused on the natural world for more than 30 years. Before becoming a filmmaker, she was a teacher in the fields of botany, herbal medicine, and permaculture, and founded Mountain Rose Herbs in Arcata, California.

Madrone has dedicated her life to help spark a profound awareness of the deep interconnectedness in our world, offering greater sense of belonging, awe, and ultimately responsibility.
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About "Connectivity Project"

By exploring the ripple effects of our actions in an interconnected world, the “Connectivity Project” highlights how different cultures and traditions from around the world, and even science, embrace the importance of interconnectedness. As we follow inspiring individuals who are making a difference in the lives around them, we see these connections exhibited all around us.

And more importantly than ever before, you will be empowered to realize that your actions indeed matter and make a difference, all the while encouraging a greater sense of awe, belonging, and yes, responsibility.
What People Are Saying

“This is probably one of the most important projects on earth at this time. Its brilliance lies in its simplicity and its necessity. You have hit the core of not just the problem but of where we should all be focusing our attention. I was so deeply moved by this work.”
— Jean Houston, Co-Founder, The Foundation for Mind Research

“This series weaves scientific, historical, environmental, cultural, linguistic and social evidence to illuminate the complexities of our world. The conclusion offers a compelling call to action which will inspire viewers to consider their own agency and responsibility to impact change.”
— Mary Jane Eisenhauer, Professor, Early Childhood Education, Interim Associate Director, School of Education and Counseling, Purdue University Northwest
Watch Anytime For A Full Week During September 9-16, 2021!
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About Environmental Health Trust

Environmental Health Trust was created to promote health and prevent disease one person, one community, and one nation at a time. EHT promotes awareness of why and how to practice safe technology and works directly with communities, health and education professionals, and policymakers to understand and mitigate hazards and develop policy changes to reduce risks. More at EHTRUST.ORG