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in British Columbia is hosting the Advancing Natural Building Colloquium
as an online virtual event. They are inviting the natural building community & friends of the movement to join them Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 27th-29th to learn from 22 world class presenters with 20+ hours of content, including opportunities to engage in a digital Community Marketplace, digital networking & social environments, and more unique offerings.
The Advancing Natural Building Colloquium is an online gathering of builders, teachers, professionals, and those who are passionate about natural building. It’s a place to immerse yourself in the latest natural building developments, practical applications and technology, and to share ideas with other people in the field. They will also look at where the ecological design movement stands in regards to professional support, permits, and finding qualified builders.
Featuring presenters Mark Lakeman, The Mudgirls Natural Building Collective, Gord Baird, Mark Fleischhaker, Anthony Spick, Chris Magwood, Ben Garratt, just to name a few! Register here!
JOIN ONLINE FOR THE WHOLE CONVERSATION!
This event is being made available LIVE online so that you can join from wherever you may be! You’re not watching – you’re PARTICIPATING! Through our easy online webinar system, you can engage with other viewers, participate in polls & discussions, and even ask questions during question periods. You certainly CAN choose to just sit back and watch & listen, if you like.
NO FANCY TECHNOLOGY REQUIRED
There’s nothing to install, nothing to download, nothing to figure out. Here’s what you need to participate and have a great viewing experience!
a modern internet browser (we recommend Chrome or Firefox)
> a reliable internet connection (hardwired is better than wifi)
> earbuds, headphones or good computer speakers
Located on 25 acres near Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia, O.U.R. Ecovillage began operations in 1999 with a vision to create a model demonstration sustainable village community rooted in social, ecological, and economic well being. The idea of O.U.R. Ecovillage had its genesis in the early 1990s when a number of people lived in a cooperative household in Victoria. During this time the O.U.R. acronym (One United Resource) was created.