3:00 - 5:00
For 50 years Planet Drum Foundation has been helping activists define and recognize their life-places to begin living in harmony with the Earth. As a voice for bioregional sustainability, education and culture, Planet Drum Foundation explores bioregions using art, poetry, manifestos, humor, theater, and publications.
As Planet Drum states: We are part of the places we live and natural systems are always the basis for culture and long-term sustainability. Our best hope to save the biosphere is by repairing and maintaining individual bioregions. (Call it a bioregion, a life place or just simply local.)
Panelists are: Jerry Martien, author/poet; Stephanie Mills, author; Remi Rubel, artist; Jim Dodge, author; Nancy Morita, artist and cartographer; Greg Castillo moderator, historian and architect
There will be opportunities for audience members to participate and ask questions.
Banner image information: Planet Drum staff, circa 2015
Back Row: Steven (Noxium) Berrios, Jean Lindgren, Judy Goldhaft
Front row: Yan Dong, Krystel Anne Malimban, Marge Bermejo
This program is organized by SFPL's Environmental Center.