We acknowledge that we are on the traditional and contemporary territories of the S’Klallam, Chemakum and other tribes, who have lived here since time immemorial.
The Port Townsend portion of the Cascadia Activation Tour is being hosted by United Earth Networks, with public programs being presented at both Finnriver Farm and Cidery in Chimacum on October 19 th and at the Fort Worden State Park and Conference Center in Port Townsend on October 20th, with presentations by Local 2020.
Located 2 hours from the Seattle metro area on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, Port Townsend is steeped in fascinating history, from its early Native American roots to its Victorian architecture and maritime legacy. This charming village-by-the-sea has an artistic soul, world-class culinary venues, and is the perfect place to leave the ordinary behind.
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Port Townsend Organizers and Partners
I’m a transplant from Austin, Texas. Happy to be here, connect with like minded folks and collaborate. Hoping to one day buy into a shared land community and establish an awesome little village with co-collaborators utilizing regenerative systems.
Co-steward of White Lotus Farm & Inn, nestled at the headwaters of Ludlow and Chimacum creeks at the heart of Beaver Valley in Chimacum, WA. Land, water, perennial and animal caretaker, place based educator, connective event coordinator, farm stay host, regional networker and weaver.
Steve is a passionate philosopher of life, who puts his energy into various types of arts; the culinary, landscape, foodscape, and building design kinds. He is a major community organizer and finds pleasure and purpose in helping to build and maintain healthy community relationships.
I am focused on promoting the best human practices in order to elevate our current mindset/reality.
I enjoy boldly expressing myself in all the colors of the world, encourage others to do the same with their own palette, and especially enjoy working with kids and elders, engaging community in creative projects.
Ian a PhD candidate in transformative studies at CIIS. I am a retired movement specialist and a free expressionist dancer. I live in Dungeness Bay in Sequim with my husband and dog .
Richard Lukens has spent the past four decades orchestrating world-class live events to support humanitarian, environmental and social causes. He has assisted in the production of some of some of the most important cause-related events in history, such as the first live interactive “Space-Bridge” between the former Soviet Union and the United States, the Live Aid concert, the White House Conference on Global Climate Change, events for the United Nations and many others.
Stay Informed, Stay Ahead
At the moment, we are still confirming the schedule for the Columbia River portion of the tour. Soon, we’ll have each event created with information and the ability for people to RSVP directly for each event. In the meantime, please sign up for updates, and we’ll let you know as updates come.