Connect and Activate for Ecosystem Restoration Camps CA

Event date 3 Oct '19 06:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Event location PLACE for Sustainable Living • 1121 64th Street, Oakland, 94608, CA, United States
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We'll be rallying to support upcoming Ecosystem Restoration Camps in Paradise, CA, and to connect folks with EcoCamp Coyote and Indian Canyon. There will be good people, food and drink, and dancing. This is a FRIEND-raiser with the goal of building our movement with people who care about this work and are ready to act to support it.

Suggested donation: $10-30. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

We'll hear from:
John D. Liu - founder of Ecosystem Restoration Camps
Leo Lauchere - EcoCamp Coyote in Morgan Hill
Kanyon "Coyote Woman" Sayers-Roods - Indian Canyon
Matthew Trum - Camp Paradise in Paradise, CA

Please arrive by 7:00 for an opening and land acknowledgement.

Schedule:
6:30 Doors open
7:00 Opening and Land Acknowledgement
7:15 Short Presentations
8:15 Activation
9:00 Music
10:00 Wind down
11:00 Exit

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Ecosystem Restoration Camps is an international movement to restore ecological abundance, engage people in working and learning how to restore degraded lands together, and build a coalition and network of ecological service providers. There are camps in Spain, Mexico, Bolivia, and more not yet announced.

In California, we have a separate organization to support efforts here at Camp Paradise, EcoCamp Coyote in Morgan Hill, and Indian Canyon near Hollister.

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Mark your calendars! There is an Ecosystem Restoration Camp coming up in Paradise, CA, October 11 - 20, including a Permaculture Action Day with Rising Appalachia on October 13th. Matthew Trumm will be presenting at the friend-raiser to let you know how you can get involved. For more information check out https://www.facebook.com/events/3017733424966084/

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Photo Credit: Saskia Hatvany, from last year's Ecosystem Restoration Camp in Paradise, California
 

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2 weeks agoAdd to Calender 2019-10-03 22:30:00 2019-10-03 22:30:00 Connect and Activate for Ecosystem Restoration Camps CA We'll be rallying to support upcoming Ecosystem Restoration Camps in Paradise, CA, and to connect folks with EcoCamp Coyote and Indian Canyon. There will be good people, food and drink, and dancing. This is a FRIEND-raiser with the goal of building our movement with people who care about this work and are ready to act to support it. Suggested donation: $10-30. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. We'll hear from: John D. Liu - founder of Ecosystem Restoration Camps Leo Lauchere - EcoCamp Coyote in Morgan Hill Kanyon "Coyote Woman" Sayers-Roods - Indian Canyon Matthew Trum - Camp Paradise in Paradise, CA Please arrive by 7:00 for an opening and land acknowledgement. Schedule: 6:30 Doors open 7:00 Opening and Land Acknowledgement 7:15 Short Presentations 8:15 Activation 9:00 Music 10:00 Wind down 11:00 Exit ************************** Ecosystem Restoration Camps is an international movement to restore ecological abundance, engage people in working and learning how to restore degraded lands together, and build a coalition and network of ecological service providers. There are camps in Spain, Mexico, Bolivia, and more not yet announced. In California, we have a separate organization to support efforts here at Camp Paradise, EcoCamp Coyote in Morgan Hill, and Indian Canyon near Hollister. ************************** Mark your calendars! There is an Ecosystem Restoration Camp coming up in Paradise, CA, October 11 - 20, including a Permaculture Action Day with Rising Appalachia on October 13th. Matthew Trumm will be presenting at the friend-raiser to let you know how you can get involved. For more information check out https://www.facebook.com/events/3017733424966084/ ************************** Photo Credit: Saskia Hatvany, from last year's Ecosystem Restoration Camp in Paradise, California   PLACE for Sustainable Living America/New_York public Climate #environment #ecosystem