On Friday, April 11, Caleen Sisk , Chief and Spiritual Leader of the Winnemem Wintu tribe, will share the film, “Standing on Sacred Ground,” and talk about their connection to water, Native American tribal wisdom and guardianship of Mother Earth. The event will take place from 7:30 pm to 9 pm at Southside Park Cohousing, 434 T Street, Sacramento, CA 95811. Looks for signs pointing to the location of the film showing and discussion. Caleen will explain why we must stop the raising of Shasta dam, stop the Bay Delta Conservation Plan to build the peripheral tunnels and work to restore natural water systems at their source. Join Caleen, Dan Bacher, investigative journalist and editor of the Fish Sniffer magazine, and WILPF in this discussion, which will lead into our Guardianship for FUTURE Generations Workshop the following day. A donation of $4 - $15 sliding scale is requested, but no one turned away for lack of funds The event will benefit Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), Sacramento - Sierra Foothills Branch. On the following day, Saturday, April 12, the Guardianship for FUTURE Generations event will take place from 9:30 am - 2:00 pm, with a 1/2 hour lunch included. The workshop, with the theme "Protecting the Earth for Future Generations, will be again at Southside Park Cohousing, 434 T Street, Sacramento, CA 95811. Again, a donation of $4 - $15 sliding scale is requested, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. "Join us in this workshop to learn practical tools for environmental protection that is collaborative, forward looking, intergenerational," according to WILPF. "The Precautionary Principle means that something must be proven safe before it can be used. Let’s become the guardians for future generations: protect our health, our rights, the rights of nature and our children and generations to come. Kick off Earth Week with a hands-on approach!" Questions? Or to Sign-up:Call Sabreena at 916-717-6426. For more information, go to: www.sacwilpf.org.