Marin WAPF exhibited at the Bioneers Conference this year for the first time! It was exciting to be surrounded by so many inspiring and passionate people doing good work. We spoke to lots of people about the work of Weston A. Price and his research, planted many seeds of interest in WAPF and felt energized and hopeful about the future of the Earth.
This photo montage doesn’t do the conference justice but wanted you to have a slice of the experience so maybe you’ll come next year!
Talking to attendees.
Our amazing and wonderfully knowledgeable volunteers! They came from as far north as Ukiah and as far south as Santa Cruz to help out. A huge thanks to all of you!!
There were art installations in every corner of the conference.
Multiple events and hands-on activities were happening all weekend long, such as the Trashion Show, the Family Fair, art in the exhibit hall, drumming and yoga each morning, movie screenings and dancing in the evenings, lunchtime performances, a seed exchange, and Women, Youth and First Peoples Leadership programs. Bioneers inspires “a change of heart, sense of wonder and reverence for the genius and gifts of nature and human creativity.”
By Karen Hamilton-Roth