Stickers for the Strong
Are you KneeDeep in Climate Work?
Reward yourself with a sticker…
Are you grieving for the planet?
Highlight your inner resilience with a sticker…
Holding a resilience workshop or climate class?
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How to Get Them
Stickers come 9 to sheet including all three types.
We will snail mail you 1-18 stickers for free (more for a modest donation).
Email your request to [email protected]
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