OLW: Meet'n'Greet Orin Hardy of the Kul-Kul Farm, Bali

The Open Science Network (DIYbio YVR)
The Open Science Network (DIYbio YVR)
Public group


780 East Cordova · Vancouver, BC

How to find us

This Wednesday we will meet at our biolab at MakerLabs. At the front entrance just say you are going upstairs to OSN and take the east stairs up, we are right around the corner at the top to the right.

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Orin co-founded The Kul Kul Farm (http://kulkulfarmbali.com/) with his girlfriend Maria. They are passionate about growing healthy food, and building a better world by and bringing people together in meaningful ways to learn and live closer to nature. They strive to foster local and global community around the topics of permaculture, food, farming, and natural building. The farm is located within walking distance from Bali’s eco-friendly Green School (https://www.greenschool.org/) founded by Orin's father and stepmother John and Cynthia Hardy.
The Kul Kul Farm provides educational opportunities and eco-experiences for people traveling to Bali, expats and Indonesians. Farm experiences are centered around the importance of regenerative living. Their ecological farm has become a platform where people learn practical skills in sustainability that can help inspire them to make creative changes in their own lives. Conceived in the spirit of the VHS's open nights, Open Lab Wednesdays are an opportunity to connect with the lab, meet the people working on project, bring whatever your working on, whatever ideas you have, to an informal meet'n'greet at our lab. Member's are often present doing PCR, pipetting enzymes, having fun. Some Open Lab Wednesdays will have a speaker present a topic of interest to the community or a workshop/demonstration. If you would like to do a talk please email us your ideas at info at opensciencenet dot com. Don't forget to signup on our mailing list (http://www.opensciencenet.org).

There are no requirements for these meetups, just come yourself, meet anyone and everyone involved, learn about potential projects, propose your own, and see our lab as it has evolved until now!

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