Katia Sol

Katia Sol, Ph.D. is passionate about helping individuals cultivate the personal shifts that in turn enable them to transform their lives, their communities, and the world. Katia has spent the last 20 years facilitating…

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Certified Permaculture Caretakers Program

This is a permaculture training and land access program that is nested into a larger back to the land and emergent culture movement. Certified permaculture caretakers is a program that offers training in permaculture…

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Andrew Baskin

Serving as Student Representative on SAEA’s Steering Council and the External Advisory Board of the Agricultural Sustainability Institute at UC Davis, Andrew K. Baskin pioneered original research as a McNair Scholar with departmental honors…

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Designing for Resilience

Lets talk about how to use Permaculture Design that supports people and the planet, from the bottom up! Brandi Mack, AKA, Mama B, will share her 5 steps to Resilient design that support people…

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Brandi Mack

Brandi Mack is a mother of three beautiful daughters,  a  Holistic Health Educator, Therapeutic Massage Therapist,  Trauma Informed Youth developer , Powerful Presenter and  Permaculture Designer. She holds a bachelor's degree in Human Service Management,…

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Bright Sky

Bright Sky is an ecological educator, retired superhero, and current caretaker for Fruitwood Nursery. She took her PDC in Thailand with Christian Shearer in 2012, after joining the Possibility Alliance- a bike powered annual…

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Marc & Corrina

Marc and Corrina have spent the last 20 years creating and running an intensively planted 5 acre food forest and permaculture homestead on a steep slope above the Klamath River in Northern California.They manage…

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Neil Bertrando

Based in Reno, NV, Neil Bertrando runs RT Permacultue, a small design business, is a member of Permaculture Design International, and is an active board member in Reno Food Systems, a non-profit focused on…

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Introduction to Permaculture

Laying an important foundation to the 2018 Permaculture Convergence, this intro class will give a brief overview of the origins of permaculture from the 1970s in Austrialia until the present in the US, with…

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Christopher Shein

Christopher Shein has been busting ass for 27 years in Berkeley and Oakland, a visionary and hands-on community gardener, he has started BASIL (Bay Area Seed Interchange Library) 20 years ago at the Ecology…

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Permaculture Contractor: The Ins and Outs

How to become or work with a design-build contractor, “How I became a contractor to save the world, the lessons I learned from all my mistakes, and how we are still growing and not…

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Marco Barrantes

Marco Barrantes is an environmental activist, watershed and food system planner, and the President of La Loma Development Company, an ecological design-build-maintenance firm in Los Angeles County, with state licenses as a General "A"…

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Place Justice with City Repair

Sharing Power through Co-Collaborative Placemaking For this workshop, Ridhi D-Cruz and I will start by giving an overview of The City Repair Project. We will explain what the organization represents, how the Village Building…

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Ashley Bonn

Ashley is a Placemaking Organizer for the City Repair Project. Her work involves assisting with facilitative leadership for the Village Building Convergence and providing direct service to local community sites that implement placemaking projects…

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Trathen Heckman

Trathen Heckman is the founder and Director of Daily Acts Organization. He serves on the Board of Transition U.S. and the California Water Efficiency Partnership and is an Advisory Board member of the Norcal…

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