Antioch is represented in the upcoming virtual conference, Pathways to Regeneration: Restoration, Resiliency and Reciprocity planned for November 6 – 8, 2020! Hosted by The Arthur Morgan Institute for Community Solutions, the conference is for growers, environmentalists, changemakers, creatives, health providers, students, and teachers.
Rachel Isaacson ’18 is the conference coordinator, and Associate Professor of Cooperative Education Beth Bridgeman and Dennie Eagleson ’71 are members of the planning committee.
Anthea Van Geloven ’17—land manager at Spikenard Farm and Honeybee Sanctuary in Floyd, VA—is presenting “Creating a Honeybee Sanctuary”. Gabby Loomis-Amrhein ’17—land manager at Agraria in Yellow Springs—is presenting “Avian Agroecology Studies” as well as providing a virtual tour of Agraria. Former Antioch College Director of Foundations Dawn Knickerbocker is presenting “Reciprocity in Native American Traditions” and is also on the planning committee. And Hollyn Bermond ’19 is co-leading a yoga and stretching session.
The conference keynote speaker is Rowen White, Indigenous seed activist, member of the Mohawk community of Akwesasne, and director of Sierra Seeds, who will receive the Arthur Morgan award.