What have we learned about how to feed ourselves sustainably? What needs to be amplified? What obstacles need to be overcome? Come connect, network, and share your insights.
Join participant-driven conversations about how we can collaborate to shape the future by synergizing the unique gifts of all generations. The Cafe provides a hospitable space for integration and reflection on what is emerging at the conference and for building personal and professional partnerships. With: David Shaw, Common Ground Center, UC Santa Cruz; Dana Pearlman, The Lotus: Authentic Leadership Development and the Global Leadership Lab; Tim Merry, Myrgan Inc, Art of Hosting; Giselle Chow, Graphic Facilitator and Recorder, Giselle Chow Consulting.
With: Debra Weistar, Finding the Good and Synergia Learning Ventures.
From Conflict to Collaboration in Indigenous Territories: Tribal Strategies for Resistance and Restoration
With: Darcie Houck (Mohawk and Ottawa), partner in Native American law firm of Fredericks, Peebles and Morgan LLP; Jihan Gearon (Diné/Navajo and African American), Executive Director, Black Mesa Water Coalition; Tony Skrelunas (Diné/Navajo), founder of Grand Canyon Trust Native America Program.; Octaviana Trujillo (Pascua Yaqui), founding Chair of the Department of Applied Indigenous Studies at Northern Arizona University.