Harrison Quigley

[image_frame align="left" height="300" width="300" prettyphoto="false"][/image_frame] Harrison is a Founder of Onchenda Open Global Food Co-op, a start-up Utah Benefit Corporation social enterprise. An educator, management trainer and consultant for over twenty-five years, Harrison worked with organizations on four continents in the software, legal, retail, automotive, manufacturing, telecommunications, market research, and health care industries. A Permaculture enthusiast since living in Australia in the 1980s, career opportunities brought Harrison to China and Taiwan, revitalizing his interest in restoration of natural capital and ecosystem services. Harrison created Onchenda Open Global Food Co-op to help others interested in restoration of natural capital and ecosystem services, and profitably providing the wherewithal for transition to a balanced,…

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Water Budgeting at Home

[image_frame align="left" height="300" width="300" prettyphoto="false"][/image_frame] This workshop will provide participants with the skills they need to determine how much water they produce or falls on their property, how to match that with water needs in the home, creating a balance of local water inputs and local water needs. Participants will learn how to calculate the water available on their property and how best to use it. Presented By: Dr. Elizabeth Dougherty

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How to Fall in Love with the Water Cycle

[image_frame align="left" height="300" width="300" prettyphoto="false"][/image_frame] This workshop challenges participants to fall in love with the water cycle. By giving the big picture of water in California, including river flows, infiltration, stormwater, greywater, rainwater, groundwater, black water flows and uses, participants will have a better understanding of how to align their particular practices to support the hydrologic cycle instead of running at cross purposes. This workshop gives the background to what we do daily with water, connecting people with their water sources, their local watersheds, and their own water use. Without understanding the whole cycle of water, we are limited in supporting its whole health. Presented By: Dr. Elizabeth Dougherty

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Dr. Elizabeth Dougherty

[image_frame align="left" height="300" width="300" prettyphoto="false"]http://permacultureconvergence.com.webserver.vera.asdf456.com[/image_frame] Elizabeth Dougherty has steeped herself in sustainable technologies and practices of green building, organic agriculture, fair trade, and permaculture in Latin America, Africa, and the United States. Upon finishing her PhD in Ethnography highlighting from the University of Pennsylvania, Elizabeth coordinated the first International Fair Trade Fair, organized specifically for WTO meetings in Cancun. Elizabeth moved on to project managing for Flex Your Power, helping cities and industries become more energy efficient. Heading towards water, Elizabeth leveraged sustainable sanitation and water filtration in an earthquake disaster relief zone in Peru, at the same time establishing the thriving Permacultura Peru, a growing group of Peruvian Permaculturists. In 2009, she established Wholly…

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