All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Regenerative Business & New Economy’

  • Liora Headshot  Public Speaking

    Our 200 Year Plan: Designing our Future Together

    What is our 200 year plan—for our planet? For our permaculture and communities movements? What are our best strategies? How do we achieve these? Liora Adler, co-founder of Gaia U, will facilitate a panel of permaculture and community leaders to inspire group discussion by attendees. …

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    Peepeeponics

    In biology there is no free lunch. Since the beginnings of plant and animal life the gift of urine has been a cornerstone of abundance synergy. Come and learn how the eco-san movement is reviving this ancient relationship. We will look at home-scale, humanitarian relief, …

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    Political and Cultural Transformation thru Co-operatives

    Many of us are familiar with the idea of co-operatives as a vehicle for worker empowerment and community oriented housing, but may be less familiar with the ways that cooperatives are being used to renew traditional cultures and sustain political transformation around the world. Explore …

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    Protecting Democracy from the TPP

    We have reached a critical moment in the national campaign against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Despite growing concerns about the threat it poses to well-paying jobs, the environment, public health, food safety, and our democratic freedoms, members of the Obama Administration have said they plan …

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    Regenerative Enterprise & the 8 Forms of Capital

    How can our businesses regenerate multiple sources of capital? Gain a new simple tool to incorporate permaculture into any organization. Work in groups to map out how real world businesses can interlink and cultivate the 8 different forms of capital: Living, Cultural, Experiential, Intellectual, Spiritual, …

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    ReInhabiting the Village: Interactive Workshop

    What is the Culture of the Modern Village and how are we creating a Global Village? As we become increasingly aware of our interconnection on this one shared home called Earth, there is a compelling call to find our common threads and become the stewards …

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  • Ruthie King

    Ruthie King

    Ruthie King grew up in Southern California before heading east to attend Columbia University, where she studied planning and design with a focus on ways to integrate sustainability into the built environment. After graduating with a degree in Architecture and Sustainable Development, she moved to …

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    Sara Smith-Rubio

    Sara Smith-Rubio is an urban homesteader and mother in Sacramento. She was blessed to be raised white in the heart of a black community in Berkeley California. Sara holds PDC’s from both the Instituto de Permacultura e Ecovilas do Cerrado and the Regenerative Design Institute. …

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    Sky Blue

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    Over the last 18 years, Sky Blue has been a member of Twin Oaks Community, a housing collective, a student housing cooperative, a cohousing community, and two small worker co-operative businesses. He current works as the Executive Director for the Fellowship for Intentional Community. He’s …

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  • Sunil Nair

    Sunil R Nair

    Sunil Nair is the Founder & CEO of Cogarden – a technology platform that connects People, Plants, and Places. Sunil has been involved in a variety of Food Justice initiatives – Seed Lending Libraries, Community Gardens, Urban Homesteading – along the East Bay, and at …

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    Transforming Money to Benefit Society

    Money itself has hidden characteristics that many people are completely unaware of. Yet these characteristics shape people’s behavior in relation to one another, affect social norms, and ultimately influence the culture of communities and society. As a group, participants in this workshop will play a …

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    What is Adaptive Agriculture?

    With so many categories, ideologies, philosophies, styles of growing food sustainably, it is challenging for beginning farmers to enter the local food system with their own identity. Adaptive Agriculture is the concept that the science, art, and business of growing food is going to be …

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    Will Wiltschko

    Will Wiltschko is a graduate of UCLA with a B.A. and an M.A. in Political Science. At UCLA, Will worked as a student organizer for civil rights and studied the theory and philosophy behind nonviolence. He was a legal intern with the ACLU in Southern …

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    Yasir Cross

    Yasir is co-owner and Beekeeping instructor at Soul Flower Farm where he practices the Warre style of beekeeping, constructs hives and teaches others to do the same. A Beekeeper of 14 years Yasir also builds, teaches permaculture design, rain and greywater catchment and bio-dynamic farming. …

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