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The 6th Annual Inland Northwest Permaculture Convergence is scheduled for Sept. 9 - 11, 2016 at Heartsong in Tumtum, WA.
Download our Beautiful 2016 Poster:
Children under 10 not enrolled in the Twin Eagles Program will need to be closely supervised as there hazards, including drowning and rattle snakes, that need to be avoided.
Each person over 12 yrs.-old attending is expected to perform at least 1 hour volunteer labor during the Convergence.
Please bring food to share!
Please bring (wash and keep track of) your own table settings for your group.
Smoking of cigarettes will be strictly confined to a designated smoking area off the property.
Pack it in, pack it out (your trash and recyclables).
Do you want to help organize it? If so, please contact us!
Would you like to be a Convergence Sponsor?
Event runs from 9:30am Friday 9/9 to 9:30pm Sunday 9/11.
Confirmed Presenters (so far):
Affordable Admission: $75 per person suggested for all 3 days, children 12 and under are FREE, teens suggested 3-day admission $37.50. $40 per person suggested single day rate. Meals included. No one turned away for lack of funds. For kids 6 - 13, check out the optional Children's Program (Children under 10 not enrolled in the Twin Eagles Program must be closely supervised by parents or guardian. We don't want young children running around unsupervised).
Skill-share Village: We are building a community village to share homesteading, ancestral and/or primitive skills, such as, blacksmithing, spinning, weaving, fiber craft, skills, flint-napping, fire making, tanning, buckskin sewing, pottery, bow and arrow making, etc., that can be demonstrated or be hands-on. You are invited to have a booth, tent or station to do your activities, show your stuff, and do education. Outreach and sales are encouraged. Go HERE for full details.
Heart-felt thanks to our 2016 Sponsors!!
Friday Night Movie
All-original acoustic folk ensemble Scotia Road Saturday night, Sept. 10th at 6pm during the Convergence's harvest dinner.
INPG has an illustrious History...
INLAND NORTHWEST PERMACULTURE CONVERGENCE
September 10-13, 2015
The theme was
"PERMACULTURE'S ANSWERS TO DROUGHT"
It happened. It was great. We'll do it again soon. Stay tuned.
See the Archive that has the workshops and presenters from this event.
The Permaculture Design Course May 23 to June 7 2015 near Spokane, WA was a success.
See Some Photos Taken During the Course
More historical information on the 2015 PDC is HERE.
The Inland Northwest Permaculture Guild's
Download a version of our Heartsong Convergence Poster to print and put up in your neighborhood!
Thanks to everyone who came to the 2013 Inland Northwest Permaculture Convergence. See you at Heartsong!
The 2nd Annual Inland Northwest Permaculture Conference (INPC2) in Missoula, Montana, has come and gone. It's hard to believe. It was a great success with nearly 50 presenters, oodles of workshops, field trips, panel discussions, shared meals, a conta dance and friendships renewed and initiated.
Many thanks to our conference organizing team for the countless hours put in, and to our conference sponsors, our work trade crew, our slate of presenters, our trade show tablers, the University of Montana, the University Center Kitchen Crew, the Celtic Knots string band and anyone else who helped make it all happen.
You can see the presenters and their workshops, plus other information from both the 2011 and the 2012 conferences under the "Past Conferences" tab in the menu bar.
There are also some conference photos in the galleries. You can add you own photos of the conference, photos of your Permaculture projects and the like. Click "Share Photos" under the Galleries tab.
The 2011 Spokane Permaculture Conference:
The Inland Northwest Permaculture Guild Kicks it Off
Right with a Gem of a Gathering at Spokane Falls Community College.
See more pictures HERE
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