Northwest Permaculture Convergence
Check out 7 education tracks throughout the weekend as well as a Hands-on Skillshare Village, and a Queen of the Sun showing.
Oct 13, 2011 12:00 AM
Oct 16, 2011 12:00 AM
|Where||Portland and St. Helens, OR|
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The schedule for our 7 educational tracks, which includes some 50 presenters throughout the weekend, is available for viewing!
Please take a moment to visit the NWPCC website and check out who's coming and what topics will be explored by clicking here.
There will also be a Hands-on & Skillshare Village where participants can learn about how to make a aquaponics system, make a primitive cooking pot with clay and fire, and forge a garden tool with instruction from a blacksmith!
Most recently announced: Queen of the Sun, an awarded documentary about the global bee crisis, will have a special showing on Saturday night of the Convergence, followed by a workshop on Sunday about bees and beekeeping with local expert, Jacqueline Freeman of Friendly Haven Farm.
We've also recently announced the program for our free in-Portland Thursday night event. It will be held at the site of this year's Village Building Convergence, the St. David of Whales Church, located at 280 SE Harrison St. Info on this and other free Thursday offerings here.
We expect only a limited number of tickets to be available at the door. Get yours today! www.nwpermaculture.com