Stephanie Maldonado

[image_frame align="left" height="300" width="300" prettyphoto="false"][/image_frame] Stephanie graduated with her Bachelors in Liberal Studies from San Francisco State University where she studied Holistic Health, Urban Development, and Environmental Problems and Solutions. She is a radical activist for the environment, a guerrilla gardner, free-lance herbalist, permaculturalist, and social enterprise entrepreneur. She lives in West Oakland and is an active member of her community. 2016 Convergence Workshop: Liberation Permaculture

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How To Intergrate Permaculture Into Every Day Life

[image_frame align="left" height="300" width="300" prettyphoto="false"][/image_frame] Permaculture Magazine, North America publisher Hannah Apricot will share ideas about how to take permaculture from the field and integrate it into everyday life. Insight will be given about how to apply the principles into home, school, work, relationships, and other aspects of daily living. A gift for you: 50% off digital subscriptions to the new Permaculture Magazine, North America at www.PermacultureMag.org with discount code: NAPC2016 Presented By: Hannah Apricot Saturday, September 17th | 11:20 - 11:40 AM | Solar Panel: El Sol

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Invisible Structures: A Cooperative Model for Local Food Production & Distribution
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Invisible Structures: A Cooperative Model for Local Food Production & Distribution

[image_frame align="left" height="300" width="300" prettyphoto="false"] [/image_frame] Harrison Quigley, Founder of Onchenda Open Global Food Cooperative, will present the Onchenda cooperative social enterprise business model, and how it is intended to regenerate healthy local communities, economies and ecosystems once launched. He will be seeking participation from workshop attendees on perfecting the model in a manner that would motivate them to collaborate with Onchenda long-term in their respective areas of expertise. Presented By: Harrison Quigley and Colleen Dick Friday, September 16th | 11:50 AM - 12:10 PM | Solar Panel: El Sol

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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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Colleen Dick

[image_frame align="left" height="300" width="300" prettyphoto="false"][/image_frame] After several decades of nutrition consultation, the obvious truth that food is only as healthy as the soil in which it is grown settled upon Colleen, and her search for solutions has led to her joining with Onchenda Open Global Food Cooperative.  Her previous work has been with individuals, healthcare professionals, fitness centers, and corporations to improve health and nutrition awareness. She believes that vibrant health and fitness, as well as resistance to disease, may be facilitated through the habits of eating a well-balanced, whole food diet, the judicious use of supplements, getting adequate exercise, personal and social vigor. Colleen has Completed the"Food as Medicine" course…

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