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Online pre-registration ends January 31 at 5pm.  On-site registration is available in the SEEC lobby starting at 8:30am on Friday and Saturday.  For event info, visit: http://www.colorado.edu/ecenter/bioneers/information
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Jim Gibson

Mountain West
Turtle Island
Jim Gibson, Denver born, is a Permaculture activist and Advanced Permaculture Designer, 2013 President of the Colorado Mycological Society, an occasional member of various mycology and fungi groups, The Colorado Native Plant Society, Transition Colorado, a Life Member of Trout Unlimited and other organizations. I am a Telluride Mushroom Festival goer, a presenter at Bioneers Colorado, a graduate of the Stamets schools for Mushroom Cultivation and for Mycorestoration, and studied Food Forest Gardening with Eric Toensmeier in Colorado for three years. I teach/facilitate mushroom cultivation and mycolandscaping workshops and projects, along with Permaculture design elements. A goal is to further the appreciation and utilization of fungi, plant and soil symbiots in ecological restoration along with the provision of food and medicine for the planet, for people, and for all life. Call or text 303-549-3277. JimGTime@yahoo.com. (Please put Bioneers in the subject line for email)
Friday, February 3
 

8:30am

9:00am

9:18am

9:44am

10:11am

10:35am

11:10am

12:30pm

3:15pm

5:19pm

5:38pm

6:10pm

7:30pm

 
Saturday, February 4
 

9:00am

9:23am

9:47am

10:00am

10:05am

10:45am

12:15pm

1:30pm

3:00pm

4:30pm

4:54pm

5:50pm

 
Sunday, February 5
 

12:00pm