Sector 8: Food, Water & Environment

The Food, Water & Environment Sector focuses on the reality that we are undergoing the “Sixth Great Extinction,” due to massive Earth Changes of both cyclical and man-made origins. As a result, thought-leaders in this Sector research and introduce novel approaches to preserving our natural resources: potable water, oceans and rivers, forests and wetlands, and the wildlife that lives in each of these interdependent eco-systems. This Sector also promotes appropriate production of food sources, including the latest research on organic farming, permaculture, and ethical livestock management.

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Emerging in this Sector!

The People’s Climate Mobilization

Washington, DC
DC March

Come together for one massive march in Washington DC (and around the country) to demonstrate our power and resistance at the gates of the White House. We will make our demands for our air, our water, our land, and will bring our solutions to the climate crisis.

Date: April 29
Cost: FREE

Farm to Table Restaurant Week

Tom Tom Founders Festival
Charlottesville, VA
Farm to Table

Outstanding locally-sourced and inspired menus expand our consciousness to make healthy food accessible to everyone. The Festival includes Art, Music, Innovative workshops, and Food.

Date: April 10 – 16
Cost: FREE

Herbs Galore & More at Maymont

Maymont Carriage House Lawn
Richmond, VA
Maymont Lawn

50 plant and craft vendors from the Mid-Atlantic: plants, herbal cosmetics, garden ornaments, food, “Meet the Expert” speaker series

Date: April 29 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Cost: $5 fee for Marketplace, free for members

Member Events

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Pachamama Aug 27, 2016 Oracle Institute: Pachamama Class

Please join us for the Pachamama Symposium: Awaking the Dreamer on Saturday, August 27, 2016. This workshop is a dynamic and uses video, personal reflection, and group activities to engage attendees as co-creators of an environmentally sustainable, socially just, and spiritually fulfilling world. This transformative learning experience features insights from inspiring philosophers, scientists, community leaders, and more.