Speakers from around the world will be covering a range of interconnected topics – local food, technology, healthcare, local business, indigenous rights, environmental justice and much more. Workshops include:
- envisioning local learning;
- local community self-governance: the next step towards an economics of happiness;
- taking the 10-day local food challenge: how local can we go?
- open power: electoral reform & the open source toolkit;
- the terroir economy;
- how to run an offers and needs market;
- animating the commons;
- hard to swallow: race, class and gender in the food system;
- the climate agent of change;
- the eloquence of stones: excursions into the remarkable vibrancy of things, and
- towards a caring economy: communities that nurture young and old.
Regular price tickets are on sale until February 9th.
Low income and student tickets and scholarships are available.
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