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  • Speaking Your Needs in Bed

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    In this juicy workshop we will be learning key somatic practices, oral dialoge techniques and guided visualizations to attune to our intimate sensual/sexual desires and increase our ability to experience them. How to discover and communicate your needs and deep desires I believe that when …

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  • EvOak Owl

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    I’ve been involved in the healing arts and my own path of awakening for over 10 years. Honing my gifts as a highly attuned empath, counselor, energy healer, conscious communicator, ritual facilitator and tantric priestess. I facilitate self care rituals and medicine journeys as well …

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  • Hip Hop is Green

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    Since 2009, Hip Hop Is Green (HHIG) has been a health & wellness leader through our live events which includes the Hip Hop Green Dinner and 10th Element of Hip Hop Symposium & Concert. We represent a health and wellness movement that informs, inspires and …

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  • Keith Tucker

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    Keith Tucker – Founder of Hip Hop is Green Health Activist, Film Maker, Radio Host, Journalist and Speaker Keith Tucker has been a committed community activist and businessman for over 20 years. He has worked hundreds of businesses, youth groups and community organizations throughout the years. …

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  • Max Meyers

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    Max Meyers is an experienced Ecological Designer, Permaculture Teacher, Consultant, Registered Aquaculturist, Aquaponic System Designer/Installer, Rainwater and Greywater System specialist, Farmer, and the Executive Director of the Mendocino Ecological Learning Center a nonprofit educational organization and ecological reserve offering green job training and sustainable living …

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  • Restoring Salmon and Redwooods Using Recirculating Aquaponics

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    Learn how Salmon, Trout and other native species can be used to grow redwood trees from seeds or re-sprouts using nutrient rich water from the fish. This has never been done before to our knowledge and seems like a perfect marriage of species and ecosystems …

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  • Syntha Lorenz

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    Syntha Lorenz is a wild feminine spirit who blends Jungian psychology, Feminism and Shamanism in her work with people. She is passionate about life. She grew up in the Appalachian Mountains with her farmer dad. That part of her always been wild about dance, nature and animals.  She …

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  • Tales from the Trenches: The realities of life in intentional communities

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    Join us for a panel discussion with people from different intentional communities on the successes and challenges of living in community, why we think it’s important, what we need to learn, plus Q&A. Come for equal doses reality and inspiration, and bring your questions.   …

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  • Beyond Diversity to Liberation: Intentional Communities as platforms for social justice

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    In this workshop, we will explore the historical roots of black intentional communities movement highlighted by Jessica Gordon Nembhard in her book Collective Courage, and The Arc of Justice, which chronicles the remarkable journey of black farmers and the first land trust that grew out …

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  • AshEL SeaSunZ aka The Lyft Rapper

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    AshEL SeaSunZ aka The Lyft Rapper is the CEO of Earth Amplified Consulting, offering Creative Strategy for various conscious entrepreneurs, startups, and non profits. He is the Senior Strategist for International Plant Based Hip-hop organization Hip Hop is Green. He is founder and performer with …

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  • Cassandra Ferrera

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    Cassandra is a community builder and catalyst for cooperative stewardship.  She lives in a rural intentional community in Sonoma County where she educates and consults groups on community projects.  She is a cooperative real estate agent with Green Key Real Estate and is a deep …

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  • Abeja Hummel

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    Abeja has lived in intentional community for over 17 years.  Her last 10 years have been spent at a small permaculture community called Emerald Earth Sanctuary in Boonville, Ca with her husband and son, various other communitarians, goats, chickens, and gardens.         …

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  • Marissa Ashkar

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    Marissa Ashkar is from The People of Color Sustainable Housing Network (POCSHN) is a resource network for people of color interested in building intentional, healthy, and affordable housing communities in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Since starting in February 2015, it has grown …

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  • Ecocentro Ipec and the Ecozoic Biofilter Toilets

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    The Biofilter toilets used at the last Global Eclipse Gathering in Oregon, organised by Simbiosys Events, with 30,000+ attendees was the crowning of an experiment in mobile ecological sanitation that started in 1999, in Brazil. Ecocentro Ipec is a multi award winning institution displaying more …

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  • Andre Luis Jaeger Soares

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    Andre is a Permaculture Designer/Teacher and natural builder. In 1994 Andre took his first PDC and internship with Bill Mollison in Australia. He is the founder of the Permaculture Institute of Central Queensland and NAG Permaculture Community Radio, in Yeppoon, Queensland. In 1997 Andre went …

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  • Douglas Reil

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    Douglas Reil is a Bay Area publishing industry veteran, local food organizer, and a media consultant specializing in sustainability, cannabis, and regenerative culture. His thirty-year career in publishing includes serving as the publisher and executive director at the nonprofit publisher North Atlantic Books, working with …

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  • Kombucha and Jun: Brewing and Flavoring Tips to Take Your Brew to the Next Level

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    Kombucha, and its lesser known honey-based cousin jun, are brewed by thousands at home but many brewers can be frustrated by the resulting beverage: the taste is off, there’s little or no carbonation, and it is nothing like their favorite store-bought brand. In this workshop, …

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  • The Five Elements: Ancient Vedic Wisdom for Our Time

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    The values and dikshas (rules) inherent in the ancient knowledge of the five elements are parallel and congruent with Permaculture Principles. Respecting nature and its sentience, respecting the needs and demands of Nature, and joining with natural forces to create positivity and heal ourselves, our …

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  • Maurine

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    Maurine has spent over a decade studying methods of experiencing, merging with and applying Five Elements Knowledge to healing individuals and the world. She studied with a brilliant East Indian Master, Sri Kaleshwar, for over a decade and continues her meditation and study as she …

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  • Nik Bertulis

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    Nik Bertulis wants to reinstate abundance for all life via empowering humanity’s intrinsic regenerative potential. He studied permaculture with Bill Mollison and is a certified permaculture teacher, wildlands firefighter and emergency medical technician with a B.A.S. degree in ecological design from Colorado College. His professional …

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