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Going Native: Savoring the Southwest

Join us for a fun day of workshops, presentations, networking, local foods, and more!

Keynote speaker:
Gary Paul Nabhan
"The Changing Taste of the Desert: Climate Change and Food Justice"

Gary, the founder of Native Seeds/SEARCH, is an internationally-celebrated nature writer and food and farming activist. He has been honored as a pioneer and creative force in the "local food movement" and seed-saving community by Utne Reader, Mother Earth News, New York Times, Bioneers, and Time.


Morning and afternoon workshops featuring
• Local foods cooking demonstration
• Making a difference through citizen action (by our very own Sandy Bahr!)
• Make your own seed bombs
• And more!

Cost: $45 ($25 for students)
Includes lunch and materials

or by contacting the Arizona Ecumenical Council at (602) 468-3818.

(Pre-registration guarantees lunch and materials.)

For more information, please contact Doug Bland at (480)[masked] or [masked].

This conference is sponsored by the Arizona Ecumenical Council Earth Care Commission, Desert Marigold School, Franciscan Renewal Center, Sierra Club Grand Canyon Chapter, and Valley Permaculture Alliance.

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