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Yes, folks, it's that time again - time to get your tickets for the biggest permaculture showcase/party/camp out of the year!

This year's Convergence has all the food, frolic and workshops of previous years, PLUS the homey vibe of an old youth campground! Join us at Camp Singing Wind, in Toledo, WA, the last weekend in September (28-30th) for more excitement and networking than you can imagine! CSW is approximately 15 minutes off I-5, and right in between Seattle and Portland, so it's easy to get to.

Prices are the same as last year, and the Early Bird discount is good through this Friday, 8/10: https://www.northwestpermaculture.org/registration.html

Check out our ever-growing list of presenters: https://www.northwestpermaculture.org/presentations.html ; Perhaps you even want to submit a presentation yourself! There's a format for everyone to share through.

Need worktrade? No problem! Cassie wants to hear from you! https://www.northwestpermaculture.org/coordinators--volunteers.html

Particularly interested in education/homeschooling and can only attend 1 day? Sunday is the day for you, with extra cheap prices and a focus on education topics!

Want to bring the family this year? Only $300 for 2 adults and 2 kids! Full Childrens' program track all weekend! Camping and swimming and all the good stuff!

Have special food needs? As always, we will be serving Vegan, Gluten-free and Omnivore foods at each meal!

Lots of hands-on sessions, as well as lectures and panels!

Select indoor sleeping spaces available for elders and attendees with limited mobility. Check with our Registrar, the amazing Amber Peoples, if you need accommodation.

So bring your food donation, be prepared for your 2 hour volunteer commitment during the weekend, and be ready to swim in the warm waters of friendship, education and camaraderie! Get your tickets TODAY!
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This just in: the Early Bird discount has been extended until WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15TH! Can you believe it? 3 days of workshops, entertainment, food and networking at a sweet old-school camp for ONLY $110?!?! You can't afford NOT to go! https://www.northwestpermaculture.org/registration.html
 
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Hey Laura, the presenters link above isn't working. I heard Michael Becker from Hood River is speaking, is that right?

He was my favorite guest instructor when I took toby hemenway's Seattle weekend PDC in 2010. I think the ticket price would be worth it just to hear him!!

 
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Thanks for your feedback, Jocelyn -

We've got all links working. We appreciate your sharp eyes!

Not only is the full weekend a super fine deal, but the Sunday-only price of $20 for adults (plus $10 parking pass) would get you two workshop sessions, breakfast and lunch, AND the keynote with powerhouse educator Michael Becker! We've kept this day's price very low to encourage local teachers, administrators, and homeschooling families to attend. Kids are only $5 for the day, and we will have Kid's Programs during both workshop sessions - an amazing deal for EVERYONE in the family!
 
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