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Earthkeepers Podcast

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Podcast Host

Forrest Inslee

Forrest started Earthkeepers, the Circlewood podcast in 2020 as a way to learn from people who are actively pursuing an ecologically-grounded faith, and to share these lessons with people around the world who love God and seek to care for the Earth. Forrest brings to the podcast a deep attachment to the wild spaces and climate of the Pacific Northwest, where he was born and raised; he also brings a keen interest in ways that environmental justice intersects with economic development, social justice, and community building. 

Recent Podcasts

Episode 99
Poverty & Earthcare in Tension

Guest host Dr. Olara interviews a Ugandan friend and colleague, Mr. Victor Ochen, the founder and Executive Director of the African Youth Initiative, who works for peace and healing—especially for victims of war. 

Episode 98
Fighting Fast Fashion

Forrest talks with Kathleen Audet, owner of an image consulting firm called Allegory, promoting awareness about the things we wear and about social and environmental justice in buying, owning, and even getting rid of clothing.

Episode 97
Eating Like Earthkeepers

How often do we pay attention to what we eat as a critical factor for an earthkeeping lifestyle? Forrest talks to nutritionist Leslie Aaron, who works to promote community nutrition in places all around the world. 

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