Albert Bates is co-founder of three organizations: Global Village Institute for Appropriate Technology, the Ecovillage Network of the Americas and the Global Ecovillage Network.
We all know that if we can change the stories, we can change the culture. Join Bryan Welch, Lyle Estill and Albert Bates as they discuss the financial, spiritual and personal impacts of being in a position to transform society.
40 Years of The Farm (Albert Bates)
Carbon Farming With Biochar (Albert Bates)
Beautiful and Abundant: The MOTHER EARTH NEWS community and its vision for the future (Bryan Welch)
Small Stories, Big Changes (Lyle Estill)
Albert Bates is co-founder of three organizations: Global Village Institute for Appropriate Technology, the Ecovillage Network of the Americas and the Global Ecovillage Network. Author of 13 books on environment, health and history, Bates appears frequently as a public speaker, commentator and podcast guest, and is a regular blogger and tweeter.
Visit www.thegreatchange.com for more information.
Bryan Welch runs Ogden Publications, Inc., the dominant media company dedicated to sustainable lifestyles in the United States, publisher of MOTHER EARTH NEWS and producer of the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR. He is a frequent speaker at industry events including the Green Business Conference, Social Venture Network events, Social Venture Institutes, American Magazine Conferences, and many others. Bryan and his wife, Carolyn, raise organic, grass-fed cattle, sheep and goats on a 50-acre farm near Lawrence, Kan.
Visit www.ogdenpubs.com for more information.
Lyle Estill is the founder of Piedmont Biofuels, a national leader in community-scale biodiesel. He is a New Society Publishers author and accomplished storyteller who has been addressing live audiences for more than a decade.
Visit www.lyleestill.com for more information.