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Goshen students ride across the United States to advocate for climate change

Working together to fight climate change- MEDA joins the Centre for Sustainable Climate Solutions’ Advisory Council (CSCS)

We are pleased to announce our recent membership on the Centre for Sustainable Climate Solutions’ (CSCS) Board of Reference.  The CSCS is a joint initiative with Eastern Mennonite University, Goshen College, and Mennonite Central Committee. Its mission is to work with like-minded Anabaptists and other faith groups to devise innovative solutions to mitigate the effects of climate change.  CSCS’ Board of Reference is made up of members who provide an outside perspective on CSCS’ vision, mission, and activities.  Considering MEDA’s long commitment to climate action, its membership on the CSCS Advisory Council is a natural fit. For over twenty years, we have strived to be more environmentally sustainable in

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A giant has passed

Source: “A giant has passed” by Wally Kroeker in the Canadian Mennonite, originally appearing in The Marketplace. Roy G. Snyder, 99Oct. 23. 1915 – Feb.

DutchCrafters to sponsor MEDA’s Bike to GROW

Source: “Business briefs: DutchCrafters sponsor Mennonite fundraiser” by Herald staff and wire reports for the Bradenton Herald MANATEE – DutchCrafters Amish Furniture is sponsoring part of

Riding for women farmers

Source: “Riding for female farmers” by Jessica Kerr for the Delta Optimist Ontario duo passes through South Delta during the early days of a cross-country

$30m for best ideas

Source: “$30m for best ideas” by John Sambo for the East African Business Week Five multilateral financial institutions have put together $30 million to lend

Spreading the word about GROW

Source: “Spreading the word about GROW” by Rachel Bergen for the Canadian Mennonite Former MEDA interns bike across Canada for Ghanaian women farmers Mary Fehr