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Speaking with Peter Sinclair, US Senator Gary Peters and more

Friday, October 30, 2020

Election 2020

This past week, as election season has intensified, I had the honor of interviewing two fellow Michiganders that I respect a great deal, Climate Change expert Peter Sinclair, and US Senator Gary Peters.

Climate Change and the 2020 Election with Peter Sinclair


In the fall of 2016 and again in the fall of 2018, my dear friend Mike Savina and I set aside time to create music and deepen our friendship on Earthwork Farm. We kept warm by the glow of wood stoves, campfires and tube amps, and ventured into uncharted sonic territory together under falling leaves and full moons.

As we continue to venture into uncharted territory together as a society, we have decided to begin releasing this music as an offering to you, our people. We hope that you find solace in these sounds. The project is called Ecotone and this first release is called Alluvion.



Live from home

Sharing music with you all is a great privilege and offering tunes to my community through turbulent times is a form of public service. Y’all have been asking, and so I’m reviving my “Live at Home” series! Every Sunday in November at 8pm on my Facebook page! Join us and let us know how you’re doing and what you’d like to hear in the comments.

Take extra good care of yourself. I’ll be in touch again soon.

Love and Dust,

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Elizabeth Wolff
Cultural Healing Facilitator

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