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Eugene, OR: Regenerate Our Food, Health, Climate, and Politics

Our common planet, and our common governing system, are in crisis. We must unite to resist the forces that are degenerating our food, health, climate, social and political systems—but we must also focus on solutions, on how to regenerate those systems.

The Regeneration Movement is a grassroots-powered movement that aims to connect the dots between all of our burning single issues, and bring together people and movements into a united and powerful force capable of transforming the marketplace through consumer campaigns, and of reclaiming our democracy by electing new city, county and state officials. The Regeneration Movement is not a partisan left or right, democratic, republican, independent, green party or libertarian movement. This Resist & Regenerate meetup, one of hundreds across the country, is open to everyone who wants to learn more about regenerative food, farming and natural health, and how these issues also relate to climate, and social and economic justice.

Everyone who attends will be invited to participate in the Consumer and Political Revolutions that we so desperately need.

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Upcoming events (5+)

We're working together to build a mobile tabletop presentation.

The broader scope and understanding of regenerative agriculture needs to be communicated to the lay person as well as details of efforts (legislative, practical,) being made locally, nationally, and worldwide. It will be fun for us all to participate in this project that will ultimately be available to any of us to take to venues (small farms conference, environmental law conference, eugene celebration, earth day etc.) The presentation should be attractive, inviting, intriguing. The layperson should leave feeling hopeful and be presented with opportunities for involvement. We could use a large trifold tabletop display for images and simple bulleted points, and then create paper materials to take away for more in depth information. We could also include a banner (in front of the table or otherwise) and the use of a laptop or IPAD for small video presentations. Lets all volunteer to take on one of the following tasks: * Identifying the above named opportunities and their time frames for registration. * Helping with over all design of presentation * Developing a chronological timeline of Regenerative Agriculture * Researching policy decisions, legislation, locally, nationally, and worldwide * Researching practical implementations (test plots, farms, research centers, etc.) locally, nationally, and worldwide * Research the latest numbers in carbon sequestration and photosynthesis More? I'm going to jump the gun before our meeting and come up with some design (and funding?) ideas to share. Come to help build, or just to learn! Looking forward, Genie

We're working together to build a mobile tabletop presentation.

The broader scope and understanding of regenerative agriculture needs to be communicated to the lay person as well as details of efforts (legislative, practical,) being made locally, nationally, and worldwide. It will be fun for us all to participate in this project that will ultimately be available to any of us to take to venues (small farms conference, environmental law conference, eugene celebration, earth day etc.) The presentation should be attractive, inviting, intriguing. The layperson should leave feeling hopeful and be presented with opportunities for involvement. We could use a large trifold tabletop display for images and simple bulleted points, and then create paper materials to take away for more in depth information. We could also include a banner (in front of the table or otherwise) and the use of a laptop or IPAD for small video presentations. Lets all volunteer to take on one of the following tasks: * Identifying the above named opportunities and their time frames for registration. * Helping with over all design of presentation * Developing a chronological timeline of Regenerative Agriculture * Researching policy decisions, legislation, locally, nationally, and worldwide * Researching practical implementations (test plots, farms, research centers, etc.) locally, nationally, and worldwide * Research the latest numbers in carbon sequestration and photosynthesis More? I'm going to jump the gun before our meeting and come up with some design (and funding?) ideas to share. Come to help build, or just to learn! Looking forward, Genie

We're working together to build a mobile tabletop presentation.

The broader scope and understanding of regenerative agriculture needs to be communicated to the lay person as well as details of efforts (legislative, practical,) being made locally, nationally, and worldwide. It will be fun for us all to participate in this project that will ultimately be available to any of us to take to venues (small farms conference, environmental law conference, eugene celebration, earth day etc.) The presentation should be attractive, inviting, intriguing. The layperson should leave feeling hopeful and be presented with opportunities for involvement. We could use a large trifold tabletop display for images and simple bulleted points, and then create paper materials to take away for more in depth information. We could also include a banner (in front of the table or otherwise) and the use of a laptop or IPAD for small video presentations. Lets all volunteer to take on one of the following tasks: * Identifying the above named opportunities and their time frames for registration. * Helping with over all design of presentation * Developing a chronological timeline of Regenerative Agriculture * Researching policy decisions, legislation, locally, nationally, and worldwide * Researching practical implementations (test plots, farms, research centers, etc.) locally, nationally, and worldwide * Research the latest numbers in carbon sequestration and photosynthesis More? I'm going to jump the gun before our meeting and come up with some design (and funding?) ideas to share. Come to help build, or just to learn! Looking forward, Genie

We're working together to build a mobile tabletop presentation.

The broader scope and understanding of regenerative agriculture needs to be communicated to the lay person as well as details of efforts (legislative, practical,) being made locally, nationally, and worldwide. It will be fun for us all to participate in this project that will ultimately be available to any of us to take to venues (small farms conference, environmental law conference, eugene celebration, earth day etc.) The presentation should be attractive, inviting, intriguing. The layperson should leave feeling hopeful and be presented with opportunities for involvement. We could use a large trifold tabletop display for images and simple bulleted points, and then create paper materials to take away for more in depth information. We could also include a banner (in front of the table or otherwise) and the use of a laptop or IPAD for small video presentations. Lets all volunteer to take on one of the following tasks: * Identifying the above named opportunities and their time frames for registration. * Helping with over all design of presentation * Developing a chronological timeline of Regenerative Agriculture * Researching policy decisions, legislation, locally, nationally, and worldwide * Researching practical implementations (test plots, farms, research centers, etc.) locally, nationally, and worldwide * Research the latest numbers in carbon sequestration and photosynthesis More? I'm going to jump the gun before our meeting and come up with some design (and funding?) ideas to share. Come to help build, or just to learn! Looking forward, Genie

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