BLOOM Fest at Tryon Life Community Farm
Jun
10
3:00 PM15:00

BLOOM Fest at Tryon Life Community Farm

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It's time to Bloom! 

We're teaming up with our friends at City Repair to celebrate the last day of the Village Building Convergence and have a very special Bloom to share with you. Here's some details:

Activities begin at 3 and include hula hooping & facepainting with Ruckus Muckus, making seed balls, visiting the baby goats, and a roving fiddler!

We're honored to host storyteller Ed Edmo at 4:30. Ed is a Shoshone-Bannock poet, playwright, performer, traditional storyteller, tour guide and lecturer on Northwest tribal culture.  

At 5 pm, you can dance to Lumberjack's "foot-stomping, heart-pounding vagabond rock" or take a walk with Mae, our community herbalist, to meet the medicinal plants throughout the land.

Throughout the day we'll be selling homemade sodas andsnacks from our wonderful tea house, and at 6 pm the VBC nourishment team will have a yummy vegetarian dinner available for $10.

In the evening, we'll sing together in song circles throughout the land. Please bring songs to share that invite group sing-alongs and are rooted in your own cultural experience. If you would like to take part in a recorded group dialogue about your experience in song circles as part of a region-wide study, you can join a group in the hour before dinner.

$10-20 sliding scale donation for the event, kids are free.  All proceeds benefit TLC Farm's sustainability education programs and the Village Building Convergence. Want to volunteer and get in free?  Email brenna@tryonfarm.org.

As always, there is no onsite parking. Please catch our continuously running shuttle van at the nearby Riverdale High School, 9727, SW Terwilliger Blvd. Drivers are invited to drop off passengers at the top of our driveway then park at the High School lot. Coordinate rideshares here!

 

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Reuse-a-Palooza, 2-6pm
Jun
10
2:00 PM14:00

Reuse-a-Palooza, 2-6pm

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Sunday, June 10th  2pm til 6pm at the Village Ballroom, Oregon Public House, 700 NE Dekum St. Re-Use-apalooza attendees will find booths featuring 10-15 local re-use, recycling, and environmentally related organizations. Artisans will demonstrate crafts and creative art and there will be hands-on opportunities for all ages and skills levels.Featured speakers will make short presentations on a variety of current reuse topics. Show up ready for live music, entertainment, food and beverages—all within the theme of waste reduction and creative reuse.

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Larry Korn and Yohei Miyake at Jean's Farm - Japanese dinner by Obon
Jun
9
6:00 PM18:00

Larry Korn and Yohei Miyake at Jean's Farm - Japanese dinner by Obon

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Yohei Miyake returns to Jean's Farm for a very special set of his original music, while guests enjoy a Japanese-style meal prepared by Obon catering with fresh produce from the farm. 

After dinner, Larry Korn will share his beautiful color slides of his years working with the famed Japanese no-till farmer, Masanobu Fukuoka on his farm in Japan, and offer nuggets towards what we still have to learn from Fukuoka-sensai. Larry teaches workshops and courses on natural farming. 

 

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Workshops with Dr. Nicole Apelian: Herbal Remedies & Natural Healing Salves, Every Day Carry (EDC)
Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

Workshops with Dr. Nicole Apelian: Herbal Remedies & Natural Healing Salves, Every Day Carry (EDC)

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Tickets available at https://vbc18.eventbrite.com

Nicole Apelian, a primitive skills instructor and reality TV star from the History Channel survival show, ALONE, will offer a 3-hour workshop on June 9th on how to make infused oils and tinctures from local herbs, some that will be harvested fresh from the farm by the workshop participants. Everyone will take home the salve or infusion that they make in class. Wheelchair bound at one point in her life, Nicole used herbal medicine to heal herself from Multiple Sclerosis, and now makes her own line of natural remedies and enjoys teaching others how to take their health into their own hands.

In the afternoon, Nicole will share her popular 2-hour EDC (Every Day Carry) Preparedness Workshop – what to have on you at all times for emergencies for water, shelter, fire, food, medical and signaling. This 2-hour course also includes how to use these items so you are always prepared. We will cover EDC (what you should have on you every day) as well as items everyone should carry in the car and more! Sign up for one or both at https://vbc18.eventbrite.com

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Plant for the Planet Academy (4-12th graders)
Jun
9
9:00 AM09:00

Plant for the Planet Academy (4-12th graders)

  • 1820 Northeast 21st Avenue Portland, OR, 97212 United States (map)
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Join us for this UN-sponsored program for youth by youth!!! Free and open to all youth entering grades 4-12th.

Supported by 350PDX!

Don't hesitate to ask if you have questions but do join us! More info at: www.ClimateChangeRecovery.org.
Registration site click here! 

Basic outline of the day for students and parents:
8:45am - Registration and sign-in opens - Please be on time.
9:00am - Plant for the Planet Academy Begins!
*9:00am - Parent Workshop begins (which lasts until about 11:00)
12:45pm - Parents and other guests are encouraged to arrive for the student presentations
1:00pm – Student presentations and Graduation!

At an Academy, students learn about Climate Change from other students through engaging in a slide presentation and discussions, working on their ability to speak with knowledge and authority about Climate Change, and practicing sharing that presentation with other students and adults. We will be learning how to plant a tree, using a game to learn about Climate Justice, and brainstorming techniques to enable students to take action. The Academy experience centers on developing students' knowledge and ability to present this information to others—encouraging themselves and others to act on Climate Change.

FREE to students in 4th - 12th grades. Includes meals, t-shirt and the book "Tree By Tree".

Academy Location:
350PDX
Central Lutheran Church
1820 NE 21st Avenue
Portland Oregon 97212

Parents will be free from about 11:00 to 12:30 and are welcome to volunteer during that time, or leave and return in time for the students' presentation. If you plan to volunteer, please register as a volunteer on our volunteer registration page and note that you are a parent.

Lunch for youth and volunteers is provided.

At 1:00pm, parents will return for a student-led Climate presentation and celebrate students' graduation as new Ambassadors for Climate Justice. To learn more, watch "Now We Children Save the World" on YouTube: http://bit.ly/CCR-CCfF-PftP-Save-the-World.

If you would like to volunteer as an Adult or Ambassador, including if you are a parent of a student attending the Academy, please register at: http://bit.ly/CCR-Jun9-2018-Reg-Volunteers.

Thanks to our volunteers and ambassadors for making this event possible! For more information, please visit www.ClimateChangeRecovery.org!

Basic outline of the day for students and parents:
8:45am - Registration and sign-in opens - Please be on time.
9:00am - Plant for the Planet Academy Begins!*
9:00am - Parent Workshop begins (which lasts until about 11:00)
12:45pm - Parents and other guests are encouraged to arrive for the student presentations
1:00pm – Student presentations and Graduation!

At an Academy, students learn about Climate Change from other students through engaging in a slide presentation and discussions, working on their ability to speak with knowledge and authority about Climate Change, and practicing sharing that presentation with other students and adults. We will be learning how to plant a tree, using a game to learn about Climate Justice, and brainstorming techniques to enable students to take action. The Academy experience centers on developing students' knowledge and ability to present this information to others—encouraging themselves and others to act on Climate Change.

FREE to students in 4th - 12th grades. Includes meals, t-shirt and the book "Tree By Tree".

Academy Location:350PDXCentral Lutheran Church 1820 NE 21st Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97212.

Parents will be free from about 11:00 to 12:30 and are welcome to volunteer during that time, or leave and return in time for the students' presentation. If you plan to volunteer, please register as a volunteer on our volunteer registration page and note that you are a parent.

Lunch for youth and volunteers is provided.

At 1:00pm, parents will return for a student-led Climate presentation and celebrate students' graduation as new Ambassadors for Climate Justice. To learn more, watch "Now We Children Save the World" on YouTube: http://bit.ly/CCR-CCfF-PftP-Save-the-World.

If you would like to volunteer as an Adult or Ambassador, including if you are a parent of a student attending the Academy, please register at: http://bit.ly/CCR-Jun9-2018-Reg-Volunteers.

Thanks to our volunteers and ambassadors for making this event possible! For more information, please visit www.ClimateChangeRecovery.org!

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Sharing Power: Tools for Transforming Community
Jun
8
6:00 PM18:00

Sharing Power: Tools for Transforming Community

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Sharing Power: Tools for Transforming Community

Tom Llewellyn from Shareable will help us host a dynamic evening looking at the commons-based vision for Cities, building upon Shareable’s years of experience covering the ecosystem and the 137 model policies and case studies from 80 cities in 35 countries curated for their new book, "Sharing Cities: Activating the Urban Commons."

Lenny Dee will present on The Portland Clean Energy Fund and the initiative to pass it. It is a story about us creating our own clean energy future, where new renewable energy and energy efficiency investments improve our homes, improve our city’s environment, train our workers, and support our businesses.

Sara Wolk will share a inspiring initiative to bring us more fair and representative elections. STAR Voting lets voters show their full, honest opinions using a 5 star rating ballot. Finally, elections that don't play favorites, where everyone has a voice, and where we can hold our candidates accountable! This is Portland's chance to be the model the rest of the country has been waiting for. 

While originally included in this evening's lineup, we've decided that it would be best to offer events with Mic Crenshaw and Quincy Davis in the near future where their message and their music will be the primary event. This night is now being offered by donation at the door. 

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Community Night - Green Dragon Dinner
Jun
7
6:00 PM18:00

Community Night - Green Dragon Dinner

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The Kulturhaus is a family homestead at 6814 N Saint Louis Ave, end of the dead end gravel road past the compass mural. 

So that our cul-de-sac neighbors continue to love us, please park on the paved streets, N Edison or N Saint Louis, and walk to the very end of the gravel road, following the signs to the left around the far side of the house. 

  • Please arrive at 6pm, Ritual to begin at 7.
  • Bring food to share, beautifully prepared and labeled with ingredients
  • Wear green finery
  • Bring your visions of a future in which the world we are working for has come to be: environmental restoration, social justice, healthy communities and life ways... 
  • Be prepared to toast to your visions
  • Please also stay after if you can to help us clean up

Sharing the work of setting up and cleaning up is part of the magic, so jump in and lend a hand!

bring an instrument/songs to share for an informal musical bonfire afterwards

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This special community-based night is a ritual feast to envision a world of shared abundance and social justice. Our VBC community is invited to this Green Dragon Dinner at The MudHut Kulturhaus, an urban permaculture homestead and community hub in St. Johns, overlooking the Willamette River and St. Johns Bridge. The Green Dragon is the greed eater, and this ritual feast is a spell to heal greed, created by Pomegranate Doyle and practiced in magical circles for decades.

Through ritual, storytelling and sharing the bounty of our hands and the earth, we'll feast as a prayer to restore right relationships for the healing of the Earth and all it's inhabitants. Magic is direct action. Magic is healing through re-patterning. Magic is using the full range of our influence. Come join us at the crossroads of magic and activism. The event is free, with donations accepted to support the house.

Guests bring a potluck dish to share and will have some sort of instruction before they arrive as to how to prepare and what to expect: wear green, be ready to toast out loud to the world you'd like to see and are working to create, and bring beautiful food labelled with ingredients. 

While this event is being offered on a donation basis, attendees are required to RSVP. Directions will be provided to registrants. 

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VBC at the Goodfoot: Tapwater, Passionfruit, Yohei Miyake
Jun
6
9:00 PM21:00

VBC at the Goodfoot: Tapwater, Passionfruit, Yohei Miyake

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This night will be held at the one and only Goodfoot Lounge. 
Up first: Yohei Miyake, bringing his very unique blend of acoustic revolutionary reggae hip-hop with a voice and an impression that draws some comparison to our local hero, Nahko Bear. 

Up next: Passionfruit

Headliner: TapWater! 

Doors at 8:30, show at 9:30. Tickets available at the door only. Don't miss a minute!

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2018 VBC presents “Bearly” by GyreV
Jun
4
6:00 PM18:00

2018 VBC presents “Bearly” by GyreV

For the 2018 VBC Gyre V. Presents “Bearly” a masquerade theatrical number exploring identity, color ambiance and the social behaviors of a shady bear and three Ratbit kids. 

Monday June 4th 6-9PM
At PAZ Clubhouse 1624 SE Woodward St, Portland, OR 97202
$5 Suggested Donation
Some refreshments provided + potluck/ beverages/ BYOB is recommended.

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1560887760703802/

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Repair Your City: A Village Building Design Course
Jun
3
to Jun 6

Repair Your City: A Village Building Design Course

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Join us for this exciting course catered to inspire both long term and newcomer village builders alike!

Based on the 20+ years of community-building experience with the City Repair Project under the guidance of ecological architect, Mark Lakeman, the course hones its successful approach to inspiring citizen-initiated community improvement and offers participants a condensed training on how to initiate both community projects and organize local Village Building Convergence events in your city.

This course will take place in four evenings during the internationally recognized Village Building Convergence (VBC) in Portland, Oregon (which runs June 1 - 10). During the day, participants will have dozens of hands-on community site projects to choose from to attend and gain direct experience. These include natural building, permaculture, and community art installations. Participants will also have the option of participating in more days and evenings of VBC before and/or after the course.

We will explore topics like:

  • Principles of Placemaking and the origins of the City Repair Project & the VBC
  • How ecological and social design considerations intersect to strengthen sense of place 
  • Reclaiming the commons, and re-indigenizing our relationship to place
  • Recognizing public art, natural building and permaculture as effective community-building strategies
  • The Placemaking Process Template for successful community projects
  • Effecting poltical change at a local level
  • How City Repair's work can connect with allied organizations and movements, in Portland and beyond, in any place in the world.

Participants who complete the course will earn a 12-hour certificate of training in Urban Village Building Design from the City Repair Project.

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Mark Lakeman: Building the Village / Lydia Doleman: Building Houses Naturally / The City Repair Team: Repair Your City
Jun
3
5:30 PM17:30

Mark Lakeman: Building the Village / Lydia Doleman: Building Houses Naturally / The City Repair Team: Repair Your City

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Mark Lakeman will offer a history of what is possible and what more we can do in a presentation that gives special atterntion to the responsibility of designers and community builders to make homes for the most vulnerable citizens. Mark will herald the good progress that has been made with the launching of several municipally-supported tiny home villages in the Portland area and what's just over the horizon. 

Lydia Dolman will open the evening with a presentation on the relationship between natural building and community building, and share some of her highlights building homes from natural materials and writing a book on Light Straw Clay Construction

Ridhi D'Cruz, Priti Shah, Kirk Rea and Matt Bibeau will co-introduce City Repair's Village Building Design Course, Repair Your City, that continues nightly Monday through Wednesday at the same time and place.

Heartbeat Silent Disco will help us finish off the night with over an hour of very danceable DJing from the one and only DJ Takimba and company.

Bios: 

Mark is a national leader in the development of sustainable public places. In the last decade he has directed, facilitated, or inspired designs for more than three hundred new community-generated public places in Portland, Oregon alone. Through his leadership in Communitecture, Inc., and it’s various affiliates such as the The City Repair Project (501(c)3), The Village Building Convergence, and the Planet Repair Institute, he has also been instrumental in the development of dozens of participatory organizations and urban permaculture design projects across the United States and Canada. 

Lydia is a natural builder and activist currently practicing in Southern OR. She has been building since she first stole her sister’s legos at the age of three. For the last thirteen years her work has been a culminating point for ecology, art and social justice. Flying Hammer Productions is her natural building construction company focused on pushing the bounds of affordable and energy efficient housing, training people and communities in various building skills and infusing the dreary urban fabric with structures that reflect beauty, sustainability and community. 

Priti, Ridhi and Kirk serve as the co-Executive Directors of the City Repair Project, and Matt as the Events Director. Along with Mark Lakeman, this teaching team leads the Village Building Design Course aimed at developing the skillset of the project-based community organizer or group.

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Women Leaders in Permaculture Education - featuring Monica Ibacache, Marisha Auerbach, Shantae Johnson and Patty Parks-Wasserman
Jun
2
5:30 PM17:30

Women Leaders in Permaculture Education - featuring Monica Ibacache, Marisha Auerbach, Shantae Johnson and Patty Parks-Wasserman

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Ranging from educating young children through youth and adults, these four women have made a huge impact in permaculture education. 

Monica Ibacache -  Monica, a native of Chile,  has been a New York City–based organizer, sustainability educator, and ecological designer since 2007. She has dedicated her life to working with diverse and marginalized communities in education and local development in the U.S. and abroad. Monica has advanced certifications in Permaculture Design and Teaching, with a focus on children and young adults. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Institute of Permaculture for Children (IPEC), Permaculture Institute of North America (PINA), the International Permaculture Convergence Committee (IPCC), and the Permaculture Action Network (PAN). Monica is the founder and Executive Director of Beyond Organic Design.

Marisha Auerbach - Marisha Auerbach is an internationally recognized permaculture educator, designer, and speaker based in Portland, OR.  Marisha is an avid gardener, herbalist and seed-saver. Marisha Auerbach has taught over 50 permaculture design courses and numerous advanced workshops on a diversity of topics, including college-level courses at Oregon State University, Portland Community College, and Pacific University. Marisha also teaches a PDC in Belize and is the co-founder of Permaculture Rising

Shantae Johnson - Shantae Johnson is a certified community health worker, doula, breastfeeding peer counselor, urban farmer and food justice warrior. She is a cultural bridge builder with strengths in community organizing, project management and program creation with a public health lens. She is a parent, healer, chef, and referee to six beautiful children. Shantae is the Co-Founder/Owner/Lead Manager of Mudbone Grown LLC. Mudbone Grown believes in creating kinship, cultural pride and self-sufficiency through the cultivation of land ownership and land use. 

Patty Parks-Wasserman - Patty has designed and taught permaculture programs to toddlers through the university level in public, private, homeschooling and other non-formal educational environments since 1998. She is the founder and instructor with the Institute of Permaculture Education for Children and holds a Permaculture Education diploma from the Permaculture Institute USA. Patty currently runs educational programs at Geercrest Farm in Silverton, OR, and is the ecstatic mother of three gentle-hearted and critically thinking young adults.

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Greenwood Spoon Carving with Kiko Denzer
Jun
2
to Jun 3

Greenwood Spoon Carving with Kiko Denzer

  • N Alta Ave. and N Syracuse St. Portland, OR (map)
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~DESCRIPTION~
This is a hands-on opportunity to learn (or develop) the art of hand-carving a spoon from a branch. Spoon-carving opens a doorway into a large array of traditional, sculptural wood-craft, from toys to bowls to chairs to houses. Using just a saw, hatchet, and two knives, we'll turn a branch into spoons, as delicate and beautiful as you can make it, or simple and basic. Either way, all spoons begin as a “chip of wood” (which is also the root meaning of the word).

~WHO SHOULD ATTEND~
Suitable for experienced or beginning carvers.

~CLASS CONTENT~
*Properties of various woods
*Effective grips and tool techniques
*Basic 3-D design
*Tool sharpening and maintenance
*Treatment of finished spoons

~WHAT~
One Day Greenwood Spoon carving class, with master builder Kiko Denzer, Sat, June 2nd and again on Sun June 3rd at Portland's Wildwood View Garden. Each day is a stand-alone class that covers all the basics, but you may register for both days to allow more work on technique and skill. This class is limited in size to allow for individual instruction.

~TICKETS~
*Cost: $75
+Paypal: potlatch@cmug.com
+Checks: Kiko Denzer, POB 894, Philomath OR 97370. 

~QUESTIONS?~
Email the same address, or call 541-929-4301. 

~WHAT TO BRING~
Students should have a straight bladed knife, preferably with a comfortable handle. The Mora 106 carving knife, or No. 8 Opinel (carbon steel) folding knife are inexpensive and widely available. The Opinel is a good all-around pocket knife; the Mora is a more specialized carving blade; you can also just bring what you have -- and sharpening kit(s) if you have them.) 

~WHY~
Before mass-production made metal spoons cheap and common, whole villages devoted their labor to the production of wooden spoons. A wooden implement makes eating your morning cereal a uniquely beautiful (and quieter!) experience. 

~ADDITIONAL INFO~
A Beautiful Spoon - An exploration of creative process and design:http://www.handprintpress.com/authors/beautiful-spoon/ 
The Value of a Spoon - an exploration of the craft economy:http://nanacardoon.com/the-value-of-a-spoon/ - 
See also Spoon carving on youtube.

~INSTRUCTOR BIO~
Kiko has been a teaching artist for 20 years, with a more recent focus on greenwood work; he also turns bowls on a foot-powered lathe. He started carving stone at ten, and went to Italy at 17 to carve marble. Decades later he organized a 2007 yurt-building workshop with Bill Coperthwaite - http://www.insearchofsimplicity.net/ - who turned him onto the crooked knife -- and spoons, of course. Not many people need a marble statue, but everyone can use a beautiful wooden spoon! For a long time Kiko's "craft home" has been the (growing) community of "natural builders" -- folks using mud, sticks, straw, etc. to build houses and other structures. He publishes his own (and other) titles at Hand Print Press - http://www.handprintpress.com/about/kiko-denzer/.

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Bird Language Workshop, Peacemaking and Connection Workshop - Jon Young
Jun
2
9:30 AM09:30

Bird Language Workshop, Peacemaking and Connection Workshop - Jon Young

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Tickets available at http://vbc18.eventbrite.com

BIRD LANGUAGE workshop 9:30am-12:30pm at Jean's Farm
Learning bird language, simply put, is the practice of gaining an expanded awareness of one's surroundings based on the sounds and behaviors of birds. An instinct that is still practiced for survival among tribal people worldwide, we are capable of regaining an understanding bird language and, if established and developed as a core routine, this has the effect of vastly sharpening one's knowledge of their surroundings and inhabitants.

PEACEMAKING & CONNECTION workshop
1:30-4:30pm at Jean's Farm
Many of us bring our passions into our work, and find disappointment, challenge and frustration in the many ways that interpersonal conflict robs the creativity and passion from the work, and the enjoyment of the work. This compromises the potential of both the capacity of the individual and the health of the organizational culture. In this 3-hour workshop, Jon offers a refreshing perspective on finding peace within oneself and bringing greater peace into the collaborative efforts.

Jean's Farm is located at 3707 SE Johnson Creek Blvd. For guests traveling by vehicle, please park or drop off on SE 36th Ave. Vehicles are not permitted to pull into or drop off at the gated farm entrance. Contact matt@cityrepair.org to arrange alter-abled access.

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Jon Young: Re-Storying our Relations - Emily Zionts: The Great Turning
Jun
1
5:30 PM17:30

Jon Young: Re-Storying our Relations - Emily Zionts: The Great Turning

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Is having our story heard a critical component of health and well being? What supports a community in being strong enough to invite and receive it?

Jon will help introduce the VBC18 theme of "Seeds from the Story Tree" through an exploration of the role of story in communities and cultures around the world and the necessity of hearing them and regaining our capacity to tell and to catch them.

Jon Young is a nature connection mentor, naturalist, wildlife tracker, peacemaker, author, workshop leader, consultant, public speaker and storyteller. As a leader in the field of nature-based community building over 30 years, Jon’s research into the impact and significance of nature on human intelligence and development has influenced tens of thousands of people worldwide. Jon has authored and co-authored several seminal works on nature connection and connection mentoring, including What the Robin Knows: How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World (2013), and Coyote’s Guide to Connecting to Nature (2007).He is the co-founder of the 8 Shields Institute.

Emily Zionts will open the evening with an exploration of The Great Turning, invoking Joanna Macy as we strive to transition from the Industrial Growth Society to a life-sustaining civilization.

For the past 16 years, Emily has been deeply immersed in the question of how we can empower our youth to face the crises and opportunities of this unique time in human history with compassion, resilience, innovation, and joy. After earning a MA in Peace Education from The United Nations University for Peace in Costa Rica, Emily worked for several years teaching Peace Studies and Global Issues to teens. She fell in love with the profound transformation that the students would go through as a result of education at the intersection of social justice, environmental sustainability, and human thriving. Emily is an instructor of the Permaculture for Educators course with IPEC and and seeks to acknowledge privilege and increase food justice in the permaculture education movement.


A hearty vegetarian dinner is included in the event admission.  Save $ by purchasing your ticket in advance. Save even more by purchasing a multi-day pass!

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