Ho-Chunk’s Bill of Rights for Nature: The Impact of Values-Based Business

Sustain Dane’s Sustainable Business Network Quarterly Meeting – Register now

Featuring Paul Bluege, Erik Lincoln, & Missy Tracy of Ho-Chunk Gaming – Madison

In September 2016, the Ho-Chunk Nation voted to amend their tribal constitution to codify the Rights of Nature. The Ho-Chunk Nation was the first tribal nation in the United States to take this step. Come learn from Ho-Chunk Gaming – Madison, who will share how this amendment sparked a domino effect of change in their business, across the Madison community, and beyond. Through Ho-Chunk Gaming’s story of the Bill of Rights for Nature, we will explore the transformative potential of values-based practices and decision-making in business.

Gain new insight and skills to make deep, values-based change in your organization, and join over 90 local businesses across 20+ unique sectors at the next Sustainable Business Network Quarterly Breakfast Meeting on Wednesday, July 26 at the Goodman Community Center. Come to share ideas, hear stories, learn from case studies, and connect with other businesses interested in sustainability.

Free for Sustainable Business Network members & first time participants

Learn more about Sustain Dane’s Sustainable Business Network.
Networking starts at 7:30am with light breakfast and coffee. Program begins at 8:00 am.