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Archive for January, 2015

This Land is Your Land

Friday, 30 January, 2015

There are few things in this world that have affected the life and death of humanity more than land ownership. Land is not simply physical space for growing crops or building homes, but a symbol of stability, prosperity, and perpetuity; as Euripides once mused, “What greater grief than the loss of one’s native land.” Civilization…

Five Things We Learned from Our Recent Survey

Thursday, 29 January, 2015

The survey results are in. Forty-three individuals responded to the survey questions and over forty additional comments and observations were sent in.  Surveys came in from as far away as Australia and Germany.   Five concepts came out of the survey that could improve LDSES and assist members in their personal growth and community efforts toward stewardship:…

We Need Your Input! Take Our Survey!

Wednesday, 14 January, 2015

You still have time to take our LDS Earth Stewardship Survey.  Your feedback and suggestions help in determining how effective we can be in promoting stewardship and how best we can serve our members and friends.  The survey results will be on the agenda of the Board’s Annual Retreat to be held January 24, 2015 in Provo, Utah.  We would like…

The Growing Library of LDS Stewardship and Conservation Resources

Wednesday, 7 January, 2015

Over the past three years, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has created a growing online library of resources related to environmental stewardship and conservation topics. These readily accessible tools are valuable in learning about the doctrine, themes and messages from the LDS standards works, reviewing important statements and inspirational messages by Church…

Membership Survey Now Available

Monday, 5 January, 2015

Is your membership in LDS Earth Stewardship meeting your needs? Have the activities and strategies of LDSES helped you meet your own stewardship goals? Have you grown from your participation in, and utilization of, the resources provided by LDSES?  What more can be done? What motivates you as a volunteer? If you have not joined, then…