In graphic design, white space is a term used to keep the client from filling all the ad space with text and images. “Can we add a few more images,” they say.
Alexis Biddle is the Great Communities Program Director for 1000 Friends of Oregon who’s mission is to work with Oregonians to enhance our quality of life by building livable urban and rural communities, protecting family farms and forests, and conserving natural areas.
This week, I had the great fortune to do some work with a team of people in Jackson, Wyoming. After helping them secure funding for a large-scale project that would serve to educate visitors on responsible recreation, we now had the task of planning the program.
Today, I have a beautiful story for you about fatherhood, endurance, and sustainability.
It’s not you; it’s me. That may be the case when you are breaking up with a boyfriend or a girlfriend, but let’s flip that when you are telling stories.
I asked Jeremy Grimm to join the conversation about conservation because he has a great deal of experience from the public and private side, leading planning and development initiatives in small towns across the Intermountain West
We often learn through contrast, so today, I want to talk about the opposite of story. In understanding what a story is not, we learn more about what a story is and what it can do.
Today’s story comes from Elizabeta Jevtic-Somlai. Originally from Serbia, now living in Phoenix, Arizona. Liz knows what it’s like to flee a country she loved and to find new roots, a new way in a strange and unwelcoming country.
We can learn so much from the great storytellers of our time.
The story starts in the teller’s imagination and finishes in the receiver’s imagination.
I invited Scot to be a guest when I saw he was working to save farmland in Whitefish, Montana. In fact, he founded a nonprofit of that name.