[permaculture] 2 upcoming evening events @ TLC Farm- Free!

Laura Dvorak lauradvorak at hotmail.com
Fri Jun 26 03:33:40 EDT 2009

Dear esteemed Permaculture Allies-

Please join us at TLC Farm in Portland, OR for 2 special evening events next week,
which are extended to the public on behalf of the Permaculture Design Course
happening through July 7th. 

Please RSVP to permaculture at tryonfarm.org for both events so that we may get 
a sense of transportation needs and whether or not we need to run a shuttle.

Both events are free to attend, and we will also encourage generosity through participation 
in the gift economy (AKA "passing the hat").

Larry Korn @ TLC Farm
Tuesday, June 30
7:30 pm- The Barn
Tryon Life Community Farm
11640 SW Boones Ferry Rd
Portland, OR 97219 
First published in 1978, The One-Straw Revolution made an enduring impact on
people seeking to create a truly sustainable agriculture. Out of print for many
years, the book is one of the foundations of the international Permaculture
movement. The New York Review of Books recently re-published The One-Straw
Revolution, with a preface by Wendell Berry and a new introduction by Frances
Moore Lappé.
In addition to editing The One-Straw Revolution, Larry also co-edited the Tilth
Association’s The Future Is Abundant, and he is well versed in new approaches
to agriculture in our region. 
Below are links for more information:
The One-Straw Revolution
Larry Korn

Sarah Sullivan- Effective Activism- 101 on GMO's
Wednesday, July 1st
7:00- 8:30 pm
The Barn
Tryon Life Community Farm

Sarah Sullivan is a graduate of Tagari Farm's (The Permaculture  
Research Institute's) permaculture design course in NSW, Australia  
and holds   bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from Long  
Island University’s Southampton College. During her years in  
Hawaii, Sarah taught and practiced permaculture and co-founded  
Hawaii SEED, the grassroots coalition educating the public about  
diverse, local agriculture in Hawaii.

Sarah now resides in Portland, Oregon where she works with the Institute for Responsible  
Technology to eliminate GMOs from the food supply. With extensive  
experience in movement building, farming with children, seed  
saving, effective activism and community organizing Sarah uses  
experiential, hands-on education as a teaching and learning tool.

Sarah will share her story of starting and directing a non-profit  
based on inclusivity, diversity, direct action and bridging the gaps  
between leaders and active citizens. With a photo-slide-show of years  
of environmental action, Sarah will inspire you to awaken your own  
activist self with her stories of effective activism and the works of  
prominent leaders Starhawk, Paul Hawken and Derrick Jensen.




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