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The Return of the Northeast Permaculture Convergence!

 
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The Permaculture Association of the Northeast (PAN), with the help of local collaborators, are bringing back the Northeast Permaculture Convergence in 2020!

The event website is now LIVE! Check out https://northeastconvergence.wordpress.com/ for more details as they emerge.

The event organizers are also in search of a volunteer coordinator for the event. The tasks associated with the position would be done remotely aside from the event itself (July 24-26, 2020 at D Acres Organic Farm and Homestead in Dorchester New Hampshire).

To get involved, reach out to Steph at plantresilience@gmail.com

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To one and all!

The organizers of the 2020 Northeast Permaculture Convergence are trying to assign a slogan to the event! Can you help us come up with ideas?

Contenders thus far:

“Making Permaculture Great Again!”

"Return of the Permies"

"Permaculture strikes back"

"The edge is where the action is"


Any ideas out there??

 
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I would go with any but the first, simply because it invites partisan dialogue, which I would shy away from. Maybe choose "The Edge is where the action is." You could tie that theme into so many workshops and talks, including things like hedgerows and grassroots movements
 
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