Host an event! We are now booking 2019 readings and workshops at independent bookstores, colleges, community organizations and centers, house parties, and other venues. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-544-7564 to talk more. We’d love to.
We are engaging educators who have given hundreds of presentations and workshops for college students, educators, farmers and food justice activists, and couples. We are happy to consider a book reading and signing only. And we invite hosts to consider an interactive presentation to complement the book reading and signing. There are several topics from which to choose:
1) Grow Food Everywhere: Low Cost, Simple Tools, Local Resources and Climate Friendly. This is a particularly good choice of presentation topic for college/university farms or environmental studies programs, or for urban or rural farm and food organizations. This workshop can be scaled up for small farmers as well, or for new or young farmers just getting started and with little money, no soil, but lots of soul!
2) Creating and Manifesting Your Vision. This is an interactive workshop that focuses on generating values and goals and bringing these to fruition. It can be adapted for individuals or a group or organization seeking to advance their mission.
3) Magnify Your Love: Relationships that WORK! This workshop is a concentrated version of the weekend we teach at the Omega Institute. Maintaining healthy, loving relationships be they intimate or in the workplace is a critical yet often overlooked part of sustaining activism and service.
4) Organizing Values-Based Events: As founders and 2-decade organizers of the North Quabbin Garlic and Arts Festival (that attracts 10,000 people and produces 2 bags of trash!) we have a lot to share to help you green your event while building and revitalizing community.
Any of these topics can be custom designed as an hour-long presentation as part of a book reading and signing, or lengthened into a day-long workshop. Please contact us to discuss fees and details. Deb@seedsofsolidarity.org or 978-544-7564