Bioneers Boulder: Day Two ~ Meredith Potter

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on Oct 29, 2011
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Wow, what a day!
Day 2 of Bioneers in beautiful Boulder, Colorful Colorado.

I saw some cool stuff and chatted with this awesome lady. Don’t mind the squeaky door opening and closing a couple of times.

I just attended the Pecha-Kucha event. Pecha kucha means “chit-chat” in Japanese. Each speaker from the community had 5 minutes to talk to the audience on a topic of importance.

It was inspiring and full of variety.

I loved hearing about collecting otherwise thrown away food by bike, being a mindful parent, and moving in a healthy direction based on ecological balance and well-being.

A full video recording is here.

There was a children’s performance today, and below is a snippet.  On Sunday at 12:20 there’s another Children’s performance.  Hope to see you there!  These children are precious little bundles of love and joy. (So are the adults.)


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One Response to “Bioneers Boulder: Day Two ~ Meredith Potter”

  1. Sophia Paul says:

    I would love to get in touch with the Bioneers, a friend of mine in Alaska introduced me to it. How can I be part of this?