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Check-in begins 3pm Friday, Nov. 18.
Campers are encouraged to arrive Friday and set up camp through the afternoon and evening.
Breakfast will be served Saturday morning at 7:30 am, and opening circle will begin at 8:45.

Sunday’s schedule will finish with our traditional plant swap about 3:30 pm, campers are asked to break down camp by 5pm.

Schedule (SUBJECT TO CHANGE UNTIL DAY OF EVENT):

FRIDAY

Check-in, setup, settle in – 3:00 PM
Kashi dinner, meal by donation – 5:00 PM
Fire circle, drums dance – 7:30 PM
Movie – 7:30 PM

SATURDAY

Breakfast 7:30 AM-8:30 AM
Yoga 7:30 – 8:00 AM
Opening circle 8:45 AM
Morning presenters, activities:
Jenny Nazak, Eric Lewis, Loretta Buckner
Ginger Trail with Andy Firk (tentative, if no rain)
Lunch 12:00PM – 1:00PM
Marketplace (will be open throughout weekend)
Afternoon presenters, activities:
Alex Ojeda, Terry Meer, Earth Learning, Joe Pierce
Edibles walk with Andy Firk (tentative, if no rain)
Dinner 5:00 – 6:00 PM
Evening presenters, activities:
Jungle Jay Hardman, Mario Yanez and Thais Theisen
Fire circle, drums, dance 7:45 PM
Movie 7:45 PM

SUNDAY

Breakfast 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM
Yoga 7:30 – 8:00 AM
Opening circle 8:45 AM
Morning presenters, activities:
Anna Lee, Erica Klopf, Judith Gulko, Orlando Permaculture Group
Regional Round-up (tentative per rain-out Sat actvty)
Lunch 12:30 – 1:30 PM
Afternoon presenters, activities:
Round-up Report(tentative-per rain-out Sat actvty )
POPE with Wendel Martinkovik
Plant swap
Concluding Circle 3:45 PM

SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE UNTIL DAY OF EVENT

R E G I S T E R H E R E

This year:

We will have ‘Kids Village’, providing activity space for all children attending.

14502781_10210490476075204_1558613224779571254_nThe children’s program at the 2016 Florida Permaculture Convergence will be facilitated by Audrey Schwandt and include activities for ages 5 and up. Younger children are welcome with an adult or older responsible sibling. Special youth activities include building a fairy village, foraging wild edibles for nourishing tea, and making Indian corn bracelets. The themes of the classes will center around herb crafts, site exploration, and permaculture. Come out and play with us!!

A native Floridian, Audrey is passionate about all that Florida has to offer being a budding permaculture homesteader herself. Over the past 3 years her and her family have built their own homestead in Dover, FL and have seen the joy and satisfaction it brings to their daily lives.

She is a certified teacher with a degree in education and has enjoyed working with children for over 20 years. A homeschooling mom to three, Audrey loves coordinating nature based activities and lessons for her children and fellow homeschoolers. “Seeing children really appreciate all the earth provides is makes my heart happy,” she proclaims.

She looks forward to sharing this time and experience with our little Florida permaculturists.