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Saturday, February 4 • 10:45am - 12:15pm
Permaculture: A Tool for Justice

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Permaculture is an ecological design system that incorporates Indigenous wisdom from around the world to help us create a more life-affirming, ethical world and work with nature. Even though permaculture is often thought of as a fancy word for a fancy gardening system, in this session we’ll break down the principles of Permaculture Design and cover ways in which those principles can be used as tools to radically heal harmful and unjust social systems (invisible structures) and can help us work towards social justice. In an era of Black Lives Matter, Standing Rock, skyrocketing living costs on the Front Range, climate chaos, and the largest women’s marches in history, we can’t afford to keep ecological design or social justice issues in the background.

Join us for a unique presentation with innovative permaculturists and permaculture educators from the Front Range who are also deeply committed to and embedded in social justice work and education.


Speakers
avatar for Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish

Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish

CU Environmental Center
Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish, Energy & Climate Justice Manager at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Environmental Center, is working to illuminate the connections between sustainability and social justice. She is a former US State Department BoldFood fellow and a former Center for Progressive Leadership fellow. She is the founder of Candelas Glows, which raises awareness about development around Rocky Flats and its contamination and... Read More →
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Kendra Krueger

Vesica Pi Labs LLC
Kendra Krueger is an electrical engineer who advocates for paradigm change within scientific culture. Founder of Vesica Pi Labs LLC, she hopes to revitalize the human connection to the pursuit of knowledge through principles of ethics, eastern philosophy, movement and grassroots community building. She holds both a bachelors and masters degree in Electrical Engineering and has experience as an engineer and project manager in the semiconductor and... Read More →
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Damien Thompson

Urban/Rural Sociology, Social Theory, Horticulture, Regis University
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Michael White

Youth on Record
Michael White (aka Mike Wird) is an advanced permaculture designer/consultant/teacher, artist educator, natural builder, and trained real estate investor, promoting environmental stewardship and financial literacy, Mike shares his dedication to social and environmental justice thru cultural arts and regenerative practices. Mike is also a certified Earthship Biotect, he has been actively cultivating community for over a decade as a Hiphop Cultural... Read More →


Saturday February 4, 2017 10:45am - 12:15pm
S228 University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC), 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO 80303