On Thursday, May 31, join grassroots congressional candidate Nils Palsson and celebrated permaculture teachers Erik Ohlsen and Kat Steele for an evening of Permaculture and Politics at the beautiful Permaculture Skills Center in Sebastopol!
The gathering begins at 6 and is open to the public, with a suggested sliding-scale donation to our campaign for social, racial, environmental and economic justice (or, to put it in permaculture terms, "earth care, people care and fair share") for ALL.
At 7pm, join Nils, Kat and Erik for a discussion on the vital intersection between the design ethic of permaculture and the political revolution. Bring your own ideas for how we might leverage permaculture principles and holistic design frameworks for creating a more perfect union for all!
Stay for music by Kay Ashley and other local artists after the talk, enjoy complementary light refreshments, and support this campaign to bring the movement of the people from our neighborhoods and homesteads into the halls of Congress!
We hope to see you there!