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We invite you to join us in action this year…
In this epic moment of radical environmental and social disruption, we’re experiencing the sunrise of an ecologically literate and socially just civilization. We are all called upon to take a stand, to be a leader, to step up in our lives, our work, our families, our communities, our world…working together, turning vision into action.
Like grass growing through pavement, Nature’s profound capacity for healing and regeneration cannot be denied, and we too can act as healers. The Bioneers vision is rooted in nature-inspired solutions and social justice for the world’s social, cultural and environmental challenges. For the most part, those solutions are already present and we know in which directions to head. It’s not that we need more solutions – what we need is to honor and rapidly spread and scale those solutions. The National Bioneers Conference celebrates and illuminates these diverse pathways.
Get your heart beating in the right direction
That’s when you make a real connection Robbie Robertson – Lyrics, ‘When the Night Was Young’
If you’ve been to our conference, you know the indescribably joyous pulse that flows when our hearts are beating together in the right direction. Amazing connections occur. If you’ve not yet been, you’ll surely want to experience what many participants call a life-changing event!
So REGISTER TODAYto join forces with our kaleidoscopic network of networks at the National Bioneers Conference, where innovators, change-makers and global citizens are turning vision into action.
The National Bioneers Conference offers wildly diverse landmark programming brimming with deep knowledge and wisdom, as well as many opportunities to participate and connect with the Bioneers community of leadership turning vision into action.
Keynote speakers include actor-activist Danny Glover, biomimicry masterJanine Benyus, permaculturist innovatorDarren Doherty, Buddhist environmental leaderDekila Chungyalpa, and breathtaking Youth Leaders and Performers.
Panels and Workshops will cover topics in Ecological Design, Climate Solutions, Clean Energy, Social Justice, Women’s Leadership, Gender Reconciliation, Green Entrepreneurship, Indigenous Knowledge, Community Resilience, Restorative Food Systems, Ecological Medicine, New Economics, Ecological Literacy Education, Beloved Community, Independent Media, Wildlife Conservation, Art & Social Change, and lots more!
Arts and Performances include The Doors’ John Densmore, ClimbingPoeTree, Indigenous Artists, Tim ‘Slam Poet’ Merry,
and the Youth-led
Experience the rising tide of positive change cresting around the country and world, rooted in values of justice, equity, diversity, democracy and peace.
Explore the forefront of breakthrough ideas and practices in electrifying keynote talks, panels and workshops, often featuring “the greatest people you’ve never heard of.”
Connect with leading-edge innovators and projects across a rich arc of fields, cultures and walks of life, and share your thoughts and experience in Conversation Cafés, Councils, and participatory and experiential workshops.
Network with dynamic change-makers from across the country or from your neck of the woods in themed networking sessions that lead to important professional and personal relationships.
Discover powerful opportunities and strategies for creating progressive change in your work, life and community.
Celebrate how great a difference one person can make, and how building community makes the difference. Grow your own new community!
As always, the conference has so much to offer. So what are you waiting for? Register now, book your travel and meet us there – we look forward to connecting with you!
Special Post-Conference Workshop: From the Culture of Soil to the Culture of Foods
Register for a revelatory on-site farm tour and hands-on ‘learnshop’ with legendary eco-farmer Bob Cannard and acclaimed fermented foods master Sandor Katz, the day after the conference on Monday, October 21.