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Social Permaculture UnPanel: Facilitated Discussions on Justice

~ON PERMACULTURE~
Permaculture is not a set of new ideas - it is a melding of understanding that comes from many sources - science, our grandparents, Indigenous cultures, observing nature, creative experimentation. The permaculture movement shares technological knowledge about how to live harmoniously with nature/agriculture, but we are continuously challenged by knowing how to come together as humans to effectively and cooperatively implement these solutions in our self care, interpersonal relations, and at the cross-cultural.

~FEATURED FACILITATORS~
This event will showcase the work of activists in Portland who draw upon permaculture/Traditional Indigenous Knowledge to bring health and vitality into the social-cultural realm. The brief presentations will share methodologies and opportunities to get involved through discussion where the facilitators bring diverse experiences and techniques to facilitate our deepening awareness and practice of striving for right relationship with the web of life.

~TENTATIVE EVENT FLOW~
The event flow will involve small group discussions to activate and connect us right away.

More details and event location to be updated soon. Featured facilitators include Letty Chichitonyolotli Martinez (Flying DogHeart Farm and Sacred Lattice Collective School), Madeline Harmon (Peace in Schools and Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love and Liberation) Barbara Ford (Radical Gratitude), Amanda Rain (Speaking the Unspeakable) Mícheál Steen-Orr (White Men Healing Project) and more to be announced!

This event is part of a week of celebration of events and service for the the 10th anniversary of the PDX Permaculture's 10-Year Anniversary Event Week.

ABOUT OUR HOSTS Portland Permaculture
Founded on January 15th, 2009, the PDX Permaculture Meet-up Group is celebrating 10 years of events, and one year under the organizational umbrella of the non-profit, The City Repair Project.

We're putting together a special week of events, honoring our pot-lucky roots and encouraging more of our members to sign up and come. There's bound to be something here for everyone! To view other events visit: https://www.meetup.com/Portland-Permaculture-Meetup/

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Earlier Event: January 16
1st Annual Permaculture Exposition
Later Event: January 18
Urban Farm Workparty