A rancher in Georgia, vegetable farmer in North Carolina, wheat grower in Montana, and dairy farmer in South Carolina take climate resilience into their hands, building healthy soil, creating successful businesses, and revitalizing rural communities. 
“Hearing stories and learning to tell our own is the best way to engage on climate change and cultivate resilience.” … “What kind of story are we telling? Is it one that people want to be a part of? And if not, how can we reshape that narrative to make it more inviting and focused on the positives and commonalities between us in the issues presented to us by climate change?”
Wake Forest University
“Talking about the climate issues and challenges we face is the first step in developing strategies and tools for resilience in our communities, sustainable business models and adapting to the changes we can see coming.”
Our Southern Community Radio
“It’s freedom of speech that is the essence behind the Climate Listening Project. Giving people the permission and space to fully explore how climate change affects them — from their farm fields to their faith — and what inspires them to take action makes the conversation more accessible and tangible for everyone.”
Film Director Partnership with Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) 
and Cultivating Resilience
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