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SCHEDULE, JULY 25, WATER IMMERSION DAY
9:00am-9:15am Bob Banner will introduce the all day event
9:15am-9:35am Rev Tinker Donnelly will present a water blessing/ceremony
about water’s memory to introduce the event…..
9:35am-9:46am FiLM: Walking Water (walking the water routes in localities)
9:46am-10:06am Jim Aaron of Potter’s Plumbing (Household Water Management)
will talk about greywater and rainwater catchment …
10:06am-10:12am FiLM (trailers of LAST CALL AT THE OASIS & TAPPED)
10:15am-10:35am Shower to Shower – A Grey Water Recycling Future / Tod duBois will present a unique perspective on the existing water infrastructure and a new vision of distributed water recycling. He will then announce the launch of a social media campaign for the Grey Water Recycling Experimenters Kit or GREK.
10:35am-10:43am FiLM: Ed Begley Jr interviews Sadhguru about water…
10:45am – 11:05am Josephine Laing will speak about the Love & Beauty of Water
11:05-11:15am FiLM: Annie Leonard’s film on the Story of Bottled Water
11:20am-11:40am Bill Seavey: The DIY Budget Rainwater Harvesting Strategies
11:45am- Noon FiLM: Compost Toilet family film
Noon-1:20pm LUNCH (featuring a meal from FIG good food from Atascadero) Donations…
Food will be in the dining hall with all the vendors.
The “Beer Garden” is open for us to hang out, conversations, take a break, eat lunch., connect..
It is located directly behind the Grange, a circular area with chairs and
shade from the grove of Eucalyptus trees.
Photographer/filmmaker Edward Burtynsky’s colorful and visually dramatic work entitled WATERMARK will be played with no sound in the main hall during the lunch break…
1:20pm-1:50pm Can Water Come Back From the Dead?
Michael Cervin, author of Our World of Water: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly of Earth’s
Most Precious Resource, who lives in SBarbara, will give his talk, with some Q&A’s.
2-3pm Featured FiLM: SlingShot (54min) See flyer here
3-3:20pm Leslie Kasnoff will have her Tower Garden and will speak about the water
savings of this type of gardening.
3:20pm-3:30pm FiLM: Cowspiracy trailer and segment about water use
3:30pm-3:50pm Jeannie Blackwell of SLO Clean Water will talk about our legal rights, the Rights of Nature and examples of people winning over corporations when it comes to fracking…
3:50pm-4:05pm FiLM: 14 min clip from BOTTLED LIFE film about Nestles (a successful story/segment)
4:05pm-4:25pm John Ashbaugh will focus on what the City’s situation is now, what strategies we’re using to get us
“through” this drought, and how we will respond if the drought worsens in the next year and beyond.
4:30pm-4:50pm Mary White will speak about the state of the oceans
4:50pm-5:05pm FiLM: How the Oceans Can Clean Themselves (a TEDx talk)
5:05pm-5:25pm Teresa Lees will be speaking about DROPS – Drought Response Outreach Program for Schools.
Three school districts each received a million dollar grant to install LID stormwater retention project,
permeable pavers, raingardens and more. Rancho El Chorro Outdoor School also received the grant.
5:30pm-5:45pm FiLMs: Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective(trailer) & “All Are One.”
6-8pm Beer Garden for Q&A, Breakout sessions, Hanging out, maybe a dinner meal and the main hall will be available for a panel, Q&A, etc.
8-10pm Ecstatic Dance with Josh Payne of Dionysius, Separate fee of $10 (prefer cash) main hall
TO SEE THE FLYER FOR THIS SCHEDULE, please visit here: http://bit.ly/1N7y4Rt and go to the bottom of the page!