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9th CONTINENTAL BIOREGIONAL CONGRESS (description)

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Category:Bioethics
Address:1025 Camp Elliott Rd. Black Mountain, North Carolina, United States of America 28711
Phone:828-669-7552
Event dates:7/9/2005 - 7/17/2005 (This event has already taken place)
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Contact:biocongress2005@earthaven.org
Organizer phone:828-669-7552
Offering type:Data not provided
Specialty:Data not provided
Event frequency:Never
First Meeting:1986
Total events:8
Est. attendance: 200-250
Target audience:Any
Other target audiences:activists
Host Sponsor:Earthaven Ecovillage
Est. # of exhibitors:25
Currency:US Dollars
Language:English
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Organizer URLhttp://www.bioregionalcongress.org

Description:

9thContinental Bioregional Congress:A gathering of activists, artists and writers, permaculturists and farmers, business people, public policy-makers, scientists and researchers, children and adults, and others concerned about the state of this continent and the planet. http://www.bioregionalcongress.org

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U.S. and other wealthy countries, before June 9: $200 - $300, after June 9: $250 - $400. Canada before June 9: $160 - $300, after June 9: $200 - $400. Mexico before June 9: $25, after June 9: $25. Children under 4: Free. Children 4-12: Half of adult fee....

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Contact Person:Kim Rylander
Titlecoordinator
Contact Emailbiocongress2005@earthaven.org
Organizer State/Province: (Outside US)
Organizer CountryData not provided
Organizer Phone828-669-7552
Structural makeupNon-Profit
Host Sponsor; Other SponsorsEarthaven Ecovillage
Event Site/VenueEarthaven Ecovillage
Other Languagespanish
Event sold out?No
Multiple locations or dates?No
Manufacturer and Organizational Sponsorships:EARTHAVEN ECO-VILLAGE,CBCCOORDINATING COUNCIL C/O KAW Council,Barefoot Cartographers,Wild Faith,Inc.,New Society Publishers, Hearth Light,Save the Prairie Society, Westchester,Watershed Economics Project, Brixey, Ozark Area Community Congress,Blackland Prairie Bioregional Council, All Species Project of Kansas City, mago, OH National Water Center, Realistic Living, and more.....
Peripherally organized activities:Hiking, camping, swimming, tours...
Statistics available for most recent event held in:2002
Average number in event attendance of:Other Professionals
Range:101-500
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# of staff in attendance: 12
Target BoundariesInternational
Is Registration contact information the same as Organizer Contact above?Yes
Web Page
Can one register for your CE on your web site?Yes
E-mail registration:biocongress2005@earthaven.org
Can registration be made by snail (regular) mail?Yes
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Do you have additional written or AV materials for sale?No
If so, are they available for non-attendees as well as those attending?NA
Is full tuition necessary to ensure registration?No
Will there be shuttle service available?NA
Are there any particular aspects of your conference that you consider unique to your field?With the recent escalation of ecological devastation in the U.S. and around the world, along with ruinous world monetary and political policies, the answers bioregionalism offers - ones based on ecological principles - are more important than ever.
Additional notes:The week-long congress is a ceremonial village that links each to each across the artificial boundaries of state, province, and nation. It will spark and strengthen ecological networking by exchanging information, strategies, and approaches about how to forge meaningful lives in balance with our eco-communities.

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