Growing Hope: Building Networks for Resilience
In this storytelling workshop, we will share how the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) programs have been developing networks of like-minded individuals to become more resilient in the face of a changing climate. We will then take attendees on a story map journey through our Southwest region to see our work on carbon farm planning, soil for water, sustainable agriculture, and regional food systems and how they overlap to plant new ideas and produce resilience. Finally, we will share how to participate in our projects, and we will open the floor for people to share their thoughts and ask questions.
This workshop is for anyone interested in peer-to-peer learning and how we can all leverage our expertise in growing a hopeful future. We hope you walk away feeling heard, included, and inspired to be a boundary-spanner!
Speakers: Luz Ballesteros Gonzalez, Southwest Regional Coordinator at NCAT
Contact Luz Ballesteros Gonzalez at [email protected] if you have any questions. Free. Register on the main conference registration.