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Clean Economy Conference

Carbon Economy Summit: Building Resiliency

On January 31st we will kick off the pre conference, full day workshop on Local Food Production with "Lunatic Farmer", Joel Salatin. Then on February 1st, Joel will be the keynote speaker at the Clean Economy Conference that will go from 9:00am – 5:00pm for two days, with speakers, plenary sessions on Wise Water use, Regenerative Agriculture, ZERO Waste, Organic Food, Soil Food Web, community gardens and urban farming.

CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

 

CLEAN ECONOMY CONFERENCE
Albuquerque NM    January 31 to February 2, 2014; Albuquerque Embassy Suites, 1000 Woodward Place, Albuquerque, NM 87102
  Pre-conference 1/31 Day 1 – 2/1 Day 2 – 2/2  
  Pre-Conference Event:
JOEL SALATIN
Ballet in the Pasture
1 day workshop
all day 9:00-5:00
Keynote Speaker:
JOEL SALATIN
9:00-10:15
Keynote Speaker:
MIGUEL SANTISTEVAN
Seed Saving,Traditional Pueblo Agriculture
9:00-10:15
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  ZERO Waste
10:30-11:45
Creating an Agricultural Production Center
10:30-11:45
     
  ……………………………………… Free Lunch 12:30-1:30 ………………………………………
  Continuation
Joel Salatin
Ballet in the Pasture
all day workshop
9am-5pm
Permaculture Design
1:30-2:45
Bee Keeping
1:30-2:45
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  Harvesting the Rain
3:00-4:15
Aquaponics
3:00-4:15
 
  Networking
Cocktail hour
4:30
1 hour Q & A session with panel
Evening Events
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ABOUT JOEL SALATIN

Joel Salatin, a third generation alternative farmer who has been featured in “Food, Inc.” and “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” is a masterful speaker whose humor and positive energy guarantee a rewarding experience. Can we feed New Mexico and the world with local food? This is hands down the most frequently asked question to Joel or anyone else who promotes local, solar-driven, carbon-fertilized systems. Even most foodies and environmentalists have a deep-seated assumption that were it not for the petroleum-based fertilizer boom – the green revolution – we could not feed ourselves. Those massive Kansas wheat fields and California almond groves, for most people, represent efficiency and abundance. Nothing could be further from the truth. Backyard gardens and multi-speciation are far more productive per acre. In these workshops, Joel will give you the information and tools to feed your family and articulate a credible “feed the world” argument.