The BEC is co-sponsoring a talk by author Charles Eisenstein on his new book Sacred Economics, which will take place Thursday March 8th at 7pm at Kearney Hall Rm 112 on the OSU campus. Admission is on a sliding scale of $5-20, but no one will be turned away due to lack up funds. The Great Recession has made many people stop and think about business as usual, and Sacred Economics offers some possible visions of what could be. Come join us Thursday the 8th, think outside the box, and maybe learn something new!

More information on the event: http://www.unifyingcascadia.net/corvallis.html