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Bioneers by the Bay: Connecting for Change Conference to be held Oct. 14 to 16, at UMass Dartmouth

This event is sure to become a profoundly inspiring, dynamic and successful annual experience. The Bioneers by the Bay conference is a fertile network, rich with inspiring ideas, models, tools, resources, and powerful connections. Speakers, interactive workshops, live music, a film festival, and a farmer's market are what can be expected from this first annual conference.

What: This event is sure to become a profoundly inspiring, dynamic and
successful annual experience. The Bioneers by the Bay conference is a
fertile network, rich with inspiring ideas, models, tools, resources, and
powerful connections. Speakers, interactive workshops, live music, a film
festival, and a farmer's market are what can be expected from this first
annual conference.

Who: “Bioneers by the Bay: Connecting for Change” is a partnership between
the Marion Institute, the New England Grass Roots Fund, The Coalition for
Buzzards Bay, UMASS Dartmouth and a wide array of local colleges and
grassroots organizations.

Music features: African Drumming and Lemonstone

Presenters: Paul Hawken, Julia Butterfly Hill, Anna Lappé, Gunter Pauli,
Juliet Schor, Jim Kunstler, John Cronin, Peter Forbes, Jonathan Todd,
Susan Witt, John Lash, John Holdren, Roger Payne & Lisa Harrow and Dennis
Whittle & Mari Kuraishi. A live satellite downlink of the Bioneers
Conference in San Rafael, CA. will be featured.

Visit the Bioneers website at www.bioneers.org for more information about
the Bioneers Conference and our partnership.

When: October 14-16

Where: UMass Dartmouth, 285 Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth, MA

To view speaker biographies, registration deadlines, and the complete
schedule, visit www.connectingforchange.org or call 508.748.0816 to learn
how you can connect with this most essential gathering of visionary and
practical solutions dedicated to helping heal the planet and its people. A
limited number of free tickets are available for UMass faculty staff and
students. Email sjennings@umassd.edu to inquire about tickets, volunteer
opportunities, or to find out how you can participate.
 

Author:  "Kathy Beals"
Date:  09-Sep-2005
Department:   Publications

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