Bioneers Screening & Discussion, November 14

Fresh from this year’s Bioneers Conference, the Greater Seacoast Permaculture Group is sponsoring an evening featuring a video of visionary mycologist Paul Stamets, and Anim Steel of the Food Project in Boston, followed by a discussion led by Neil Harvey, host of the Bioneers Radio Show. This event takes place on Monday, November 14th, in Durham, and is free and open to the public:

Bioneers Screening & Discussion
Greater Seacoast Permaculture Group
Durham Community Church, 17 Main Street, Durham, NH
Monday, November 14, 2011, 7–9 p.m.

We’ll start with a video showing from the October 2011 Bioneers Conference, featuring Paul 
Stamets and Anim Steel, followed by discussion with Neil Harvey, host of the Bioneers Radio Show. We hope to have networking and connecting be a part of our evening with tablers from various local groups.

The Bioneers Conference is a leading-edge forum where social and scientific innovators, often inspired by nature’s models, share their methods to help restore people and planet. Become educated and inspired about breakthrough solutions for restoring people
and planet. Paul Stamets, the visionary biologist, mycologist and author of Mycelium Running, reveals astonishing evidence of how nature’s solutions surpass our conception of what’s possible to restore ecosystems and human health.

Anim Steel is the Director of National Programs at The Food Project in Boston, MA, founded twenty years ago to create personal and social change through sustainable agriculture.  He speaks especially to how students can organize and use their power. And we’re so pleased to have with us in person Neil Harvey, an award winning independent radio producer, narrator and writer. Neil has produced feature reports for Morning Edition, National Native News, The Voice of America and Bioneers, to name a few.

Free and open to the public. Donations will be welcomed! Sponsored by the Greater Seacoast Permaculture Group & others. For more information on Bioneers see

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