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Bioneers–we’ll be there

You know about Bioneers? You know about the Bioneers conferences coming up? You know that lots of Chelsea Green authors will be at the conferences in Dartmouth, MA and San Rafael, CA? Now you do.

CGers at Bioneers by the Bay (Dartmouth, MA, October 20-22)

  • John Abrams
  • Stephan Harding
  • John Lash
  • Lynn Margulis
  • Gunter Pauli
  • Jessica Prentice
  • Matthew Sleeth
  • Eric Toensmeier
  • Tim Traver
    Plus several of us behind-the-sceners, too.CGers at Bioneers (San Rafael, CA, October 20-22)
  • John Abrams (yes, John will be at both conferences)
  • Sim Van der Ryn

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