From the Environmental Center at University of Colorado, Boulder:
In its 13th year, Front Range Bioneers is a Bioneers Resilient Communities Network Event and offers a weekend of sharing, learning and action, and is a uniquely affordable community event that brings together the progressive thinkers of this colorful region.
Front Range Bioneers features re-broadcasts of the national Bioneers plenaries. The national presentations set a global context for the local conference, which features over 35 options of field trips, workshops and sessions with over 80 local presenters. The Front Range program focus on topics of regional importance. In addition, there are special sessions for teens and activities for children.
Local permaculture designers presenting in the program include: Robin Eden, Avery Ellis, Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish, Jason Gerhardt, Casey Hanebuth, Neambe Leadon, Pavlos Stavropoulos, Maren Waldman, and Mike Wird.
Front Range Bioneers is a Bioneers Resilient Communities Network Event produced by the CU Environmental Center in collaboration with Naropa University, Making Local Food Work, Woodbine Ecology Center, Boulder Food Rescue, Youth On Record, and Earth Guardians.
Check out the program: http://www.colorado.edu/ecenter/bioneers/program
To register: http://www.colorado.edu/ecenter/registration-information