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Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary is committed to addressing the urgent environmental crises facing the world’s peoples today by promoting the just and wise care of God’s creation for the flourishing of all. This commitment is rooted in an affirmation of God’s love for the world, an embrace of our human vocation to be faithful stewards of the good earth, and an active hope in God’s promise to establish justice and righteousness throughout the land.
This guide includes resources from the library as well as free online resources. These have been curated through a partnership between the Styberg Library and the Center for Ecological Regeneration at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.
2022 Eco Display
Check out the library's eco display which was curated to celebrate the seminary's April eco events.
Ecological Regeneration at Garrett
The Center for Ecological Regeneration
Learn more about the center and its work. This includes links to various resources and sites where you can learn more about ecological initiatives throughout our region, the country, and the world.
Register for April 2022 Events
"In conjunction with the Center Launch will be a Service of Installation for Reverend Dr. Timothy Reinhold Eberhart in the L. Robert and Marilyn McClean Endowed Chair in Ecological Theology and Practice. This two-day celebration will be held on Friday, April 22, and Saturday, April 23, 2022."
Join the Mailing List
If you would like to receive communications from the Center for Ecological Regeneration, join their mailing list to receive information about future events, resources, and more!