Working together to create a sustainable life. the Mother Earth News Fair is your passport to money-saving hacks, health-boosting remedies, and environmental strategies from leading experts and entrepreneurs around the country. In addition to presentations and hands-on workshops, you’ll encounter a vast marketplace abounding with innovative resources and products to enrich your life. Admission for children 17 and under is free, and there are plenty of youth-oriented activities – including live animals! With our growing emphasis on interactive programming, you can learn new skillsets live and on-site. More than ever before, the Mother Earth News Fair is truly an immersive
LocationSeven Springs, PA, USA
This year, you'll need an Inland Northwest Permaculture Guild membership to attend the Convergence. Memberships include members' children. Membership is $35/year. Camping is available at extra cost. $15.00 for the weekend, Tent Camping $30.00 for the weekend, Van/RV/Trailer Camping This is a COVID-19-aware event. Safe practices are encouraged. Masks will be available. Bring your own food. Limited attendance. Register early. There will be music. Bring drums, instruments, voices and a song in your heart. We do this together: Everyone commits to at least an hour volunteer work. Please see Kelly Ware, Volunteer Coordinator, at the Convergence.
LocationCasler Farm, Clark Fork, Idaho
This Permaculture Design Certification (PDC) is a two-week residential intensive at OAEC December 5 - 18 (check-in is between 4-5pm on Saturday Dec 5th, and the course ends at noon on Friday Dec 18th). Using a combination of lecture, discussion, hands-on activities at OAEC’s 80-acre site, visits to local permaculture sites, and a group design project, you will have the chance to integrate and apply the concepts of permaculture design methodology during almost 100 hours of course time. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a Certificate of Permaculture Design.