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     Bob updated 3 years, 2 months ago 2 Members · 3 Posts
  • Bob

    July 2, 2018 at 9:37 pm

    Soil not Oil is an informative and often inspiring conference on why healthy farms are so important to limiting global warming. They point out that if farms on our planet increase their organic matter by only 2%, it would end global warming entirely. Here is the info:

    ‘Soil not Oil’ International Conference 2018, Early Bird Registration
    Conference: September 9-11, San Francisco

    September 2018 in San Francisco is a crucial time for the environmental movement! Soil Not Oil is joined by other grassroots organizations to host our 4th annual international gathering exploring agro-ecological practices and community powered solutions to restore ecosystems and reach environmental justice. We are the people’s voice in the face of corporate, high tech solutions! Support our campaign and receive discounted tickets.

    This year the Soil Not Oil Conference will take place September 9-11, 2018 and will showcase agro-ecological practices—regenerative agriculture, no-till/bio-intensive farming, permaculture solutions. We will feature community powered solutions that people in the global south have creatively implemented to adapt and prevent the ecological and social impacts of climate change.

    Deadline to submit a proposal to present has been extended until Monday July 15th.
    We make this conference accessible to all ages, socioeconomic classes, genders, ethnicities through diverse speakers, reasonable ticket prices and discounted tickets.

    Early Bird Registration:

    2018 Soil Not Oil International Conference, SF
    Be a part of the future of agriculture, ecology, and social justice activism! | Check out ‘2018 Soil Not Oil International Conference, SF’ on Indiegogo.

  • Starhawk Simos

    July 10, 2018 at 9:12 am

    I’ll be presenting there–is anyone else planning to go?

  • Bob

    July 11, 2018 at 5:16 pm


    The conference is very expensive. If we can’t afford it, maybe they have volunteer opportunities that would allow us to see half the presentations each day. * I can’t find anything about this online but I have done it before. Another option would be to look up Vandana Shiva’s videos online and get inspired by the person who often keynotes this conference.


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