Craig Mullins & wife, Dr. Wendy Mullins co-founded Live Move Be Farms. LMB provides vocational support through farming, education, community & family support, creating opportunities & connections among people with autism & neuro-developmental differences. Their greenhouses help families live well by growing pesticide & herbicide-free produce through a cooperative agreement with Black Hills Works. LMB creates a safe & accepting space where the senses may be explored meaningfully & naturally, connecting with over 400 people & families since their inception in 2015.
Craig Mullins obtained his undergraduate degree in Social Sciences with an emphasis in Personality Development from Kansas State University & his Master of Arts in Counseling from Colorado Christian University, which promotes the study of the whole person; physically, emotionally, mentally, relationally & spiritually.
Dr. Wendy Mullins obtained her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Psychology in 2008 after specializing her training in clinical work with children.
Registration for this event will open May 1. Please visit our website to register.
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Lunch is provided by the Friends of the Library & Great Harvest Bread Co.