Bioneers is the preeminent gathering of leading innovators and visionaries who offer practical solutions to restoring our relations with each other and the planet. The event continues to uniquely and authentically connect the relationships between environment, health, and social justice.
Since 2003, Front Range Eco-Social Solutions Conference has been a Bioneers Resilient Communities Network Event, offering a weekend of sharing, learning and action. It is a uniquely affordable (FREE!) community event that brings together the progressive thinkers of our region, with an emphasis on speakers from Indigenous communities, women and youth in leadership.
Front Range Eco-Social Solutions features re-broadcasts of the national Bioneers plenaries. These national presentations set a global context for the local conference, which features over 35 options of workshops and sessions with over 60 local presenters.
The children’s program runs Saturday, February 10, 9am-5pm for children ages 5 and up. Attendance to the conference is free. The cost of the children’s program is $50/child when you sign-up prior to January 12. Space is limited for children program-Sign up today: https://www.colorado.edu/ecenter/bioneers/registration
Front Range Eco-Social Solutions is a Bioneers Network Event produced by the CU Environmental Center in collaboration with Naropa University, Boulder County FoodShed, Woodbine Ecology Center, Denver Permaculture Guild, and Earth Guardians.