Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2017’

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    Orion Freeman

    Orion Freeman is a singing, songwriting, guitar-playing seeker from the woods just beyond the mortar and bricks of Philadelphia. His souled-out, sometimes reggae-infused, flamenco-tinged, bluesy folk-rock aspires to move: your shoes; your heart; the cobwebs, so as to allow your soul to shine. Hovering somewhere …

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    Los Nadies

    Los Nadies have created one of the freshest sounds to come out of the Bay Area’s Latin music scene in a long time. Filling a vacuum in Northern California that their southern counterparts Ozomatli deliver so well in L.A., Los Nadies bring a keen mix …

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  • Marna Schwartz Yoga

    Yoga and Interpersonal Resilience: Sustainability in Connection

    When building any community it’s important for the individuals to stay attuned to the truth in themselves as well as cultivate a sensitivity and space to receive the truth of others. “Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power …

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  • Designing For Water

    Designing for Water – Tools and Techniques

    How much rain can you catch? In this hands on workshop we will work on-site to learn the tools and techniques of rain-water harvesting. We will find water storage potential of structures, discover the contours of the landscape, and identify “key-points” of catchment, storage, and …

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  • Karmendra Rossy

      Karmendra Rossy is owner of Nucleus Design, an ecological landscape design/build company, located in West Sonoma County that is committed to creating natural systems for the benefit of all life.             Designing for Water – Tools and Techniques

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  • Wild Food  Foraging Autumn Feast

    Cooking with Acorns: From Foraging to Feasting

    Acorns are an ancient, pre-agricultural staple food common to indigenous cultures throughout the Northern hemisphere. Join us for a hands-on workshop where participants will engage in the process of preparing food from acorn from start to finish. While we pound and leach acorn we will …

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  • Food Forests Wildtending

    Wildtending: Permaculture in Zone 4

    Restore a regenerative reciprocal relationship with Zone 4 and California’s diverse ecology in this interactive talk on wildtending native plants for food, medicine, craft, and biodiversity. California’s uniquely biodiverse ecology has developed over thousands of years through humans interactively managing the landscape. We will discuss …

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  • Brandy Hall

    Brandy Hall

    Brandy founded Shades of Green Permaculture Design, Inc. in 2004 and has become a leading voice for sustainable and regenerative landscape design in the Southeast. Moving from Asheville, NC, to Atlanta in 2011, she began to pollinate the Atlanta area with a whole-systems permaculture perspective, …

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    International Permaculture CoLab – Advances of the Next Big Step

    Following the update at NAPC last year on the mutli-year, Permaculture Next Big Step process initated at IPC Cuba in 2013 this workshop presents the design for the Permaculture CoLab. The Colab uses sociocracy, leaderfulness, slicing pie, patrix busting, constellation organizing, open badges and enspiral …

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    Permaculture Gardening – From Biointensive to Natural Farming

      Learn to apply Permaculture principles and ethics to gardening! You’ll never know what is possible until you know all your options! Explore the full spectrum of options from biointensive to natural farming, organized and explained from a principle-based perspective to facilitate easier adaptation, observation, …

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  • Miguel Robles SF

    Recognizing Common Causes to Build Inter-Ethnic Collaboration

    The diversity of California should be represented in important campaigns, movements and events. Participants will learn from an experienced organizer who has build solid inter-ethnic networks. The presenter will bring a power point to show the different campaigns he has worked, and will explore problems …

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  • Miguel Robles

    Miguel Robles

    Miguel Robles is the Co-Founder/Project Director of Biosafety Alliance, the core organizer of the Soil Not Oil International conference; previously he organized 4 editions of the “Justice Begins with Seeds Conference”. Artisan, poet, urban farmer and activist, he has founded several organizations in Mexico and …

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    Good Fungi, Happy Plants

    Learn how to promote the beneficial fungi called mycorrhizae to increase the health, quality, and yields of vegetables, fruits, and nuts. Mycorrhizae can increase yields by as much as 1500%. They are an important part of the soil food web. There are ways to promote …

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  • Buuilding A Pallettable Cobin

    Building a “Palletable” Cobin

    Have you wanted to learn Natural Building? Learn hands-on with Miguel “Sir Cobalot” Elliott during two workshops: 1) Miguel will be sharing the process of building a small hut built out of pallets, insulated with straw, covered in an earthen cob plaster, called a “Palletable …

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    Jon Young

    Jon Young is a nature connection mentor, naturalist, wildlife tracker, peacemaker, author, workshop leader, consultant, sought after public speaker and storyteller. As a leader in the field of nature-based community building over 30 years, Jon’s research into the impact and significance of nature on human …

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    Diane Patterson

    Folkgoddess Diane Patterson sings the world awake with strong voice, rocking guitar, sweet ukulele, and revolutionary lyrics. Her sincere spirit and wild heart joyfully plant seeds of love and light in every listener. Diane’s been performing at festivals and venues since 1989, beginning with a …

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  • Youssoupha Sidibe

    Youssoupha Sidibe

    Youssoupha Sidibe is a Grammy-nominated Senegalese West African kora (African harp) player. Over the course of 25 years, he has developed thousands of fans all over the world and has performed and recorded with many exceptional musicians. Grammy-nominated for his collaboration with Matisyahu (Youth), Youssoupha …

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  • UClimbing Poetree

    Climbing Poetree

    Over the last 13 years, Climbing PoeTree has infused our movements for justice with healing and imagination, inspiring thousands through their award-winning multimedia theater, dual-voice spoken word, visual art, sustainable touring, and community organizing. Co-creators Alixa Garcia and Naima Penniman are cultural architects committed to …

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  • Maria Gutierrez Midwifing The New Earth

    Maria Christina Owl Gutierrez

         Pre-Convergence Workshop: Midwifing the New Earth: Our Sacred Future Lies in the Hands of an Awakening Generation of Light-Leaders Thurs, Oct 5| 12:30 pm – 4:30pm| Bio-Regional Hub Thurs, Oct 5| 12:30 pm – 4:30pm| Bio-Regional Hub Pre-Registration Required: REGISTER HERE $45 – …

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  • Child And Salmon

    Bring Back the Salmon! A Call to Action from Chief Caleen Sisk of the Winnemem Wintu Tribe

    My name is Chief Caleen Sisk of the Winnemem Wintu Tribe, I’m the fifth leader in an unbroken traditional leadership since settler contact. Our ancestral territory expands all along the McCloud River watershed below Bulyum Puyuk (Mt. Shasta). In the 1940s, with the installation of …

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