Caring for Creation with Kathleen Hoenke
April 23, 2021 | 28 min.
Kathleen Hoenke, a spatial ecologist and program director at the St. Kateri Conservation Center, discusses growing native plants and building rain gardens on church properties. She says her faith came to life when she realized the grandeur of God in the natural flowers that grew in her own backyard. As a result, how she manages her household, what she grows in her garden, and what she teaches her children have changed.
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Kathleen Hoenke is a spatial ecologist and the program director at the St. Kateri Conservation Center in Wading River, New York. She previously worked for The Nature Conservancy.
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