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Sunday 21 Earth Day Online Workshop - Anyone want to participate. Looking 4 experienced Permies

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Hi I am doing a workshop for Earth Day that is free to the public.  It is online on Zoom.  I work with a group of Indigenous Elders.
this workshop is called:  Permaculture, Folk and Indigenous Solutions for the Earth.  Anyone with great ideas and experience want to possibly contribute or participate?
It's not a paid gig.  It's not a speaking opportunity, it's more a forum where people contribute and share as well as the indigenous folks giving wisdom.  We will watch videos in there and comment on them on many subjects
that are effecting the earth as well as things like food forests, rewilding, reforesting, food commons, community, alternative building and ecovillages, chemicals in water, Ewaste to to other countries, etc.
You can just come in and participate also.  Write me at deepsleepfile@yahoo.com if you are interested immediately.
Workshop:  April 21, Sunday.  11am-230pm Pacific.  You need to be able to get on Zoom to do it.

There is no speaking schedule as the presenters will only chime in when they feel like it on each subject.  Also audience / participants.
It is driven by the video clips that will be shown.
One of the Permaculturists is Chickasaw Citizen:  Permaculturist and Indigenous Conservationist Ariella Gaughn  
and Permie Justin Jaquays who suggested I post here.
Indigenous Dineh Elder Patricia Anne Davis and others Elders.
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Welcome to Permies, M!

The whole things is done by Zoom call? It might be useful if you provided a more complete schedule of what you have already lined up.
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