Please enjoy this free recording of our recent webinar from May 27 entitled PANdemic Webinar: Permaculture Tools and Strategies in a Time of Crisis and Possibility.
Join us for a conversation with Permaculture activists, designers and educators as we explore questions about mutual aid, people care, and organizing in this time of COVID-19 including: What are some permaculture tools and strategies people are leaning on to get through this time collectively and equitably? How can we leverage this moment to create lasting transformational change?
Scott Kellogg is the Educational Director at the Radix Ecological Sustainability Center, an urban environmental education non-profit in Albany, New York. Radix maintains a one-acre farm that presently is focusing on supporting local food sovereignty and pandemic resilience. Scott is Chair of Urban Agriculture for Albany’s Sustainability Advisory Committee and teaches at Bard College and SUNY Albany.
Bonita Ford is the author “Embers of Hope: Embracing Life in an Age of Ecological Destruction and Climate Crisis.” She gives courses and workshops in permaculture (ecological design), Nonviolent Communication (cooperative communication), Reiki (energy work), and gardening. Bonita has led groups around the world for over 18 years. To learn more, visit www.livinghEARTH.net.
Keith Morris of Prospect Rock Permaculture has been applying his lifelong love of nature and culture and experience as an activist to permaculture and ecological design since 1996. Since 2000, he has worked professionally as a designer, builder, and grower of ecologically regenerative, socially just, and culturally appropriate whole-systems in cities and countrysides around the world.
Adriana Magaña is a drummer, permaculture designer, visionary, and eternal student of the natural world. She lives in the Hudson Valley with her partner Andrew Faust and daughter Juniper where they operate the Center for Bioregioinal Living, a permaculture education, design, and consulting organization. She believes that an education founded in the patterns and practices of nature will help people understand their connection to and place within the natural world and works to facilitate and teach these skills to all who want to learn.
Lisa DePiano is a PINA certified permaculture designer, teacher and practitioner with over 15 years of experience. She is a lecturer in Sustainable Agriculture at the University of Massachusetts and a research fellow at the MIT media lab. She runs the UMass Carbon Farming Initiative on the 40 acre Agriculture Learning Center.
This event is free, with donations welcome: http://northeastpermaculture.org/get-involved/donate/
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