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2014 Northeast Permaculture Convergence
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Sunday, July 6 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Network-Building Plenary #2: Visioning by Affinity Group and Sub-Region

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In Part #2 of our facilitated plenary work, we will first break into affinity groups (designers, farmers, teachers, etc.) and by sub-region (state, etc.) to identify some desired outcomes for the next few years, needed resources to support those directions, and perhaps values to guide our work together.  Ultimately, we seek to get more clear about the leverage points for working together in the world.  When, where and why does it make sense for us to do that, rather than working in our own local nodes exclusively? 

These are not "action planning" sessions per se, but ways to begin strengthening connections and alignment in our own region as continential and international developments in the permaculture network may soon begin to play more of a role in how the "permaculture movement" [sic] is organized in the world.


Keith Morris

Keith Morris is the founder of Willow Crossing Farm and is Professor of Permaculture Design at the University of Vermont. As a grower, builder, and designer, he has created ecologically regenerative and economically viable food systems in New Zealand, Colorado, Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Quebec, California, New Mexico, Arizona, Nigeria, Ghana, Denmark, and the Netherlands- working regularly throughout New England and in New York City. He has spent... Read More →


Lisa Fernandes

Executive Directore, The Resilience Hub

Sunday July 6, 2014 10:45am - 12:00pm
Main Tent

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