The Food, Water & Environment Sector focuses on the reality that we are undergoing the “Sixth Great Extinction,” due to massive Earth Changes of both cyclical and man-made origins. As a result, thought-leaders in this Sector research and introduce novel approaches to preserving our natural resources: potable water, oceans and rivers, forests and wetlands, and the wildlife that lives in each of these interdependent eco-systems. This Sector also promotes appropriate production of food sources, including the latest research on organic farming, permaculture, and ethical livestock management.
Kudzu, "the vine that ate the South," has been revered for centuries for its generous gifts of food, fiber, medicine, and more. This hands-on weekend workshop explores how to harness kudzu's explosive growth for both human and ecological gain.
Dates: March 16-19
Cost: Donation requested (optional)
Dr. Dunn discusses his new book and exposes the vulnerability of our most important crops in a fun evening, a call to action, and a forum for food, drink and conversation all in one. He also launches a new project through which everyone else can grow squash and other plants in order to help save their diverse varieties.
Dates: March 16 @ 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Advocate for national policies that advance clean, safe and affordable water and show support for your community and a healthy sustainable environment.
Date: March 22 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
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Oracle Institute: Pachamama Class
Please join us for the Pachamama Symposium: Awaking the Dreamer on Saturday, August 27, 2016. This workshop is a dynamic and uses video, personal reflection, and group activities to engage attendees as co-creators of an environmentally sustainable, socially just, and spiritually fulfilling world. This transformative learning experience features insights from inspiring philosophers, scientists, community leaders, and more.