Education: A New Presentation
This will be a busy weekend. As you know I am giving my well practiced Composting 101 talk at the Make Share Do Summit at Ground Floor Farm Saturday.
On Monday evening there is a free event also at Ground Floor Farm called Green Circles. It is from 6pm to 7:30pm, and I understand Alison from the Vegie Love Truck will be serving some light vegan refreshments there. Definitely a highlight for me.
I will also be presenting at the Green Circles event. I am pretty excited about this. When Melissa Carter contacted Lucie and me about this event she asked us to prepare a Pecha Kucha presentation. We had to look that up.
A Pecha Kucha presentation is 20 slides that take 20 seconds each. A lifetime actually unless you are a long story telling, extra details kinda talker, like I might be. My regular one hour presentation time had to be cut down to a concise 6 minutes! And I did it. I made an all new Permaculture presentation for this event, and I found the forced brevity to be refreshing in the making.
Please come out and see this Pecha Kucha event. No speaker will be on for much more than 6 minutes. This could be fun.
Melissa sent me the details, and I have included them below.
Green Circles: a Sustainable Event
Green Circles is a special opportunity to meet your local Green community and learn about various aspects of sustainability.
Enjoy short presentations on sustainability by several prominent speakers including:
•John Szerdi, Principal Architect of the Living Designs Group and IRSC Architecture Professor
•Nichole Anha Rouse, Founder and Operator of the Treasure Coast Reuse Center
•Kyle Abney, Principal of Abney + Abney Green Solutions
•Adina Lehrman of The Compost Gardener and Florida Regenerative Landscapes
•Brian Sale of the Green Veterinarians.
Green Circles will be held at Ground Floor Farm: a suburban farm, experimental kitchen workshop, arts and events venue, and open source community space in Downtown Stuart, FL.
Veggie Love will provide fresh, light fare using ingredients grown right here at Ground Floor Farms.
Green Circles is collaboration of the American Institute of Architects Treasure Coast Chapter and the US Green Building Council of the Treasure Coast.