Crawford Stewardship Project (CSP) invites everyone to a music fundraiser with Andy Juhl on Saturday, Aug. 17 at 7 p.m. in the new Gays Mills Commerce Center, at 16381 State Highway 131.
“Music has the power to stop you in your tracks and force you to take notice,” Juhl said. “It can subtly direct you to challenge perceptions, provoke thoughts, or take action.”
Juhl’s folk-rock music addresses social justice issues from environment to human rights concerns, adding introspective storytelling of lives and loves. Juhl hails from northwestern Iowa, and is offering his talents in support of community groups grappling with frac sand mining.
The event will offer fine music, wonderful homemade refreshments, in a lovely setting in Gays Mills. View the wetlands to the west and enjoy August flowers within the room. Pick up information to read, buy a copy of the video ‘Frac Sand Land’ and visit with friends old and new.
Crawford Stewardship Project continues to actively protect the environment and communities of Crawford County from threats of factory farms and frac sand mines and supports local control of our resources while promoting sustainable land use.
Donation of $5 suggested for this evening of music.
Contact CSP for more information at 608-735-4277 or www.crawfordstewardshipproject.org or on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/CrawfordStewardshipProject.