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The time for “Do less harm” has passed. It’s time for the beginning of being; the beginning of a Living Future. Join us next April for Living Future 2015. We’ll explore a genuine sense of place and community as the bellwether of truly restorative design.

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Thursday, April 2 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Waste = Food: Furthering the Next Imperative

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Our session is inspired by the understanding that, in any sustainable system, waste must equal food. Food, in turn, is culture – a prime topic for restorative design. Connecting local communities, food and nutrient flows is key to restoring culture and our environment. This workshop combines education and application aimed at cultural and environmental restoration. The goal is to gain food independence, eliminate waste, repair culture, improve health, and transform a regional food web. Our session is designed to harness the wisdom of the Living Future crowd in applying a nascent Net-Zero Nutrients imperative to a First Nation community and homeland.

Moderators
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Craig Briscoe

Director, ReBuilt Environment
Craig Briscoe creatively and thoughtfully applies design and research to making better buildings and communities. From 2011-2014 he led sustainable design efforts at Glumac, a leading MEP firm, and served in a “translator” role on project teams to foster communication between architects and engineers. Prior to Glumac he was an integral part of the Sustainable Design team at ZGF Architects, where he worked for 12 years on diverse and... Read More →

Speakers
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Pat Lando

Landscape Architect, Lando and Associates Landscape Architecture
Pat Lando is a registered Landscape Architect with a broad base of experience ranging from large international design projects to intimately crafted works while operating as a design-build contractor. Transforming that foundation into a 12-year old design studio “Lando and Associates, Landscape Architecture” has garnished Mr. Lando with the “Top 25 Professionals” award by Sustainable Industries Journal, as well as other... Read More →
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Pete Munoz

Senior Engineer, Biohabitats
Pete is a licensed engineer and certified wastewater treatment plant operator. Pete has been lucky enough to work with some of the most influential green built schools and learning centers in the United States to create inspirational infrastructure and assist reconnecting our communities with what makes them work. With degrees in Biosystems, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pete has been asked to speak around the country on a variety of... Read More →
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Daryl Williams

Natural Resources Liaison, Tulalip Tribe; Treaty Rights Office
Daryl Williams is the Environmental Liaison for the Tulalip Tribes, where he has worked has worked for many years. He works with a wide range of environmental, fisheries, archeological and cultural issues affecting the tribes. In recent years he has also worked closely with the agricultural community in Snohomish river basin.  He is a member of several committees and commissions concerned with fish habitat issues. He is also a Board member... Read More →



Thursday April 2, 2015 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Cedar Room Sheraton Hotel

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