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"From Meetings to Movements: Social Permaculture Strategies for Transition" with Adam Brock

  • Carnegie Hall, Room 06 90 South Macalester Street Saint Paul, MN, 55105 United States (map)

How can activists working to rebuild local economies and local foodsheds spread their message beyond the choir? Can relocalization advocates shape local public policy? Join permaculturalist, author, and social entrepreneur Adam Brock in this interactive workshop designed to take local initiatives to the next level.

Please note: this workshop requires a minimum of 10 participants. In the event that this workshop is canceled, your ticket can be refunded or put toward another intensive workshop.


Adam Brock

Adam Brock is a social permaculturalist based in his hometown of Denver, Colorado. As co-founder of The GrowHaus, Adam led the transformation of an abandoned half-acre greenhouse in Colorado’s most polluted zip code into an award-winning permaculture demonstration site that engages thousands of residents per year. Adam is active in the local and national permaculture communities, serving as co-founder of the Denver Permaculture Guild, co-organizer of the inaugural North American Permaculture Convergence, and a contributor and guest editor at Permaculture Design magazine. Adam’s most recent project, "Change Here Now," is a social permaculture pattern language that was published by North Atlantic books in 2017.