Join the Ecolonomic Action Team (EAT) Community
Here at the Center for Ecolonomic Excellence and Development (CEED) and Nourish the Planet (NTP) we are excited to hold our “Huddles” webinars for our staff, interns, alumni, and guests. After running our Webinars on WebinarJam for almost two years, we started using a new Platform called www.blab.im last fall.
We are now very excited to be starting something new and we think World-Changing. Yes, I said World-Changing!
We are initiating a new program called the Ecolonomic Action Team (EAT). We will be coaching, mentoring, teaching and networking almost every day of the week on live cast/webinars. These will be FREE at first for our Founding Members (You!!??) and then we will start charging for some of them in the future, as our tribe grows. We are excited to have three of them now every week:
Here are the links to register for each of them:
- Click here to join us on Mondays with Wayne Dorband – Environmental Consulting – Is it a business I could do? Learn from one of the Industry Pioneers!
- Click Here to Join on Mondays – Wayne Dorband with Ecolonomic Action Team Weekly Update, Q&A and Networking Session
- Click Here to Join on Tuesdays – How Can I Make A Transition to a Permaculture Lifestyle? Learn How with William Horvath
- Click Here to Join on Wednesday – EAT Webinar Series with Robert Christadore – Starting and Succeeding in Business
- Click Here to join on Tuesdays – Ecolonomic Action Team – Planning for our Future and Your Possible Role as a Team Member
- Click Here to Join on Wednesdays Soil Fertility and BioEnergetics – an EAT Weekly Series Hosted by Evan Folds
- Click here to join us on Wednesdays with – Restoration Agriculture Webinar with Mark Shepard – the Man “Who Wrote the Book”
Do you want to be a guest speaker on our Weekly Special Guest Webinars? Share your expertise with us! You will enjoy this opportunity. Call us at our office at 303-495-3705 if you have any questions or comments. We need good speakers so send us your thoughts. Please send us an email at email@example.com
If we are going to enable ecopreneurs to Teach the World to Feed Itself, we have to provide opportunities to teach. One dollar out of every four that is generated by NTP’s Programs will go to our HOPE (Helping Other People Ecolonomically) for the Hopeless program where we help local community groups and distant hungry people groups to learn how to feed themselves. Read more…
Nourish the Planet has launched a business accelerator that will change the face of education and ecopreneurship. We call it The Best of the BEST (Best Ecolonomic Student Training) Entrepreneurial Program (BOTB). These fellows embark on an intensive one year program with the goal of having a cash flowing, low-tech green business upon completion. Read more…
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