2010 Northwest Permaculture Convergence – Friday

Here are my photos from Friday of the 2010 Northwest Permaculture Convergence held at South Seattle Community College in Seattle, WA.  Email me if you’d like copies of anything.  You can find photos of Saturday and Sunday of the permaculture convergence here.

Registration on the Covergence
Entering the Convergence
Covergence Registration
Covergence Registration Geodesic Dome
The Kitchen Load
The Kitchen Load (I snuck back to take some photos…)
Yowza! Tomatoes
Yowza! Look at those Gorgeous Tomatoes
Heirloom Tomatoes
(What I Assume To Be) Heirloom Tomatoes – Nothing like getting together for the day with some of the best organic gardeners in the Pacific Northwest
Lots of Carrots
Lots of Carrots – They came in what had to be a 25 lb. sack of carrots
My Tomatoes
My Tomatoes – These were part of our food contribution for the week. The green ones to the right are called Green Zebras, and the rest are about 5 varieties of red tomatoes, heirloom and some local Burien, WA hybrids
Bowl of Potatoes
Bowl of Potatoes – Not the most interesting vegetables I took photos of but the photo turned out great…
Sustainable Burien Folks & Friends at Breakfast
Sustainable Burien Folks & Friends at Breakfast
Breakfast at the Convergence
Breakfast at the Convergence
Chuck Estin and Partners from Old Mill Permaculture Center lead a fishbowl discussion
Chuck Estin and his partners from Old Mill Permaculture Center lead a fishbowl discussion
"The Permaculture Flower"
“The Permaculture Flower” – Permaculture posters by Kelda, look forward to a post of the full set coming soon!
Permaculture Nap Teepees
Permaculture Nap Teepees – The first good use of throw pillows I’ve ever seen
Permaculture Convergence Lunch Line
Permaculture Convergence Lunch Line
Rebecca at Lunch
Rebecca at Lunch
Bill, Michael, and Kristina at Lunch
Bill, Michael, and Kristina at Lunch

Outdoor Lunch Gathering
Outdoor Lunch Gathering
How To Eat Your City Panel at the PacNW Permaculture Convergence - featuring staff from Seattle Deparment of Neighborhoods, Parks & Recreation, Planning & Development, Richard Conlin's Office, and Seattle Public Utilities
How To Eat Your City Panel at the PacNW Permaculture Convergence – featuring staff from Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, Parks & Recreation, Planning & Development, Richard Conlin’s Office, and Seattle Public Utilities – All were very thoughtful speakers, and it was a pleasure to see what amazing advocates the Permaculture movement has in the city
Paul Wheaton Rants & Raves About Wofatis
Paul Wheaton rants & raves about Wofati Homes (and I mean that in the most impressed way I can – easily the presentation I was most looking forward to this weekend)
An entire library of permaculture knowledge to peruse
An entire library of permaculture knowledge to peruse
Mighty fine looking dinner salad
Mighty fine looking dinner salad
Amazing drawing from "Re-Imagining The Cul-De-Sac" presentation with Jenny Pell & Dave Boehlein
Click Image for Full Size Version – Amazing drawing by Bruce Hostetter from “Re-Imagining The Cul-De-Sac” presentation with Jenny Pell & Dave Boehlein

Download the full-size version of the “Re-Imagining the Cul-De-Sac” drawing here.

That’s all for Friday – but check out the photos from Saturday and Sunday.  If you see me at the convergence and would like some specific photos taken just let me know, I have the camera around my neck.  Or just come say hello!

3 comments… add one
  1. The artist is the multi-talented Bruce Hostetter, who also gave a presentation and sat on the “Invisible Structures” panel during the Convergence.

    Nice photos! Thanks!!!

    Edited by Kane: Added Bruce’s name to the credits, thanks!

  2. stephanie

    nice! more pictures! whooo!

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