Permaculture Voices – PV2 will be held on March 4-8, 2015. It will be located at Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, 1380 Harbor Island Drive, San Diego.
Tickets went on sale today (October 14).
The following is from http://www.permaculturevoices.com/PV2:
Why attend PV2?
1. Learn from the best. The world’s top designers, practitioners and innovators share their tools and techniques, their methodology, and their experiences. Speakers will focus on the practical over the theoretical to help you put more ideas into action.
2. Get Inspired. Hear from some amazing people pushing the limits to create the world that we all dream of. These aren’t just people talking about great things, these are people doing great things.
3. Connect with your community. It’s not just about the speakers. Everyone matters. Everyone’s contribution is vital. No longer can we all be observers, it’s time to see what can we co-create together.
4. Have fun. You have worked hard all year. It’s March in San Diego when most of the US is still frozen over, so come on out and kick back with some like minded folks. We added two even socials this year to help create the conditions for fun to happen.
When will it be?
March 4 to 8, 2015. That’s Wednesday through Sunday.
Pre-conference sessions will take place from 8AM to 12PM on Wednesday the 4th.
The opening keynote will start around 2PM on Wednesday the 4th.
The closing keynote will end around 4PM on Sunday the 8th.
You can see a sample schedule day for PV2 HERE.
Maddy Harland – Keynote
Paul Stamets – Keynote
Gunter Pauli – Keynote
Marcin Jakubowski – Keynote
Stephanie Jo Kent
Dr. Elaine Ingham
Diana Leafe Christian
Learn More about the Event:
Mycelium is organizing all of the cross pollination, networking, and group interaction for PV2.
Mycelium are highly experienced in facilitators, call them Experiential Designers. They get events, they understand how people interact and learn better, and they get permaculture. I really believe that they are some of the best people in the world when it comes to executing and delivering meaningful experiences. I have been working with them over the last few months to design the experience of PV2, and they are joining me to talk about what PV2 will be like from as an experience and why this part of the event is so important, yet so often get’s overlooked at other conferences.