$20 – $120

Pathways to Regeneration: Restoration, Resiliency and Reciprocity

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Join our conference this fall as we co-create a way forward to a world that welcomes and lives alongside nature.

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The Arthur Morgan Institute for Community Solutions is hosting a virtual conference for growers, environmentalists, changemakers, creatives, health providers, students, and teachers November 6 – 8, 2020.

We live in fragile and unpredictable times that challenge our connections to place, nature, and our idea of a shared future. As a global community, we are at a choice point where the consequences of the decisions made today will be with us for decades. The intersection of an environmental crisis, global pandemic, and the struggle for racial justice has exposed the need for a new paradigm. We recognize that this pivotal moment sharpens awareness, creates urgency, and brings people together. We see more than ever the interconnectedness and preciousness of all life on Earth.

Please join us as we co-create a way forward to a world that welcomes and lives alongside nature, restores and protects the planet’s resources, and is grounded in a credo of reciprocity that assures justice and respect in all our relationships.

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Click HERE for Speaker & Session Descriptions.

Click HERE for sponsorship information.

Please email Risaacson@communitysolution.org with any questions.

We are thrilled to confirm the following presenters:

  • Rowen White, Seed Keeper from the Mohawk community of Akwesasne and Director of Sierra Seeds
  • Judith Schwartz, author of Water in Plain Sight: Hope for a Thirsty World
  • Adam Sacks, Executive Director, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate
  • Chad Bitler, Research Scientist, Greenacres Foundation
  • Peter Bane, author of The Permaculture Handbook
  • David Van Tassel, Lead Plant Scientist, The Land Institute
  • Dawn Knickerbocker, Anishinaabe Leader, Board Member of Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition
  • Doug Tallamy, Professor of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology and author of Nature’s Best Hope.
  • Solomon Gamboa, Owner/Operator, Indigenous Landscapes
  • Sallie Calhoun, Founder, #No Regrets Initiative
  • Greg Watson, Director of Policy and Systems Design, Schumacher Center for a New Economics

Together presenters and attendees will explore the following issues:

  • Protecting seed biodiversity and recognizing the leadership of Indigenous communities in this effort
  • Restoring native habitats, locally and beyond, to provide habitat for threatened species
  • Introducing children and adults to deep immersive activities with nature, building empathy and respect
  • Celebrating and understanding reciprocity in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) traditions
  • Restoring ecosystems through land practices that regenerate soil, air and water

Proud Sponsors of this Conference:

Individuals:

Elaine Chappelle

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