Reiki Kitchen 7:15-8:30pm
Kathleen Furey works with Baum Hedlund Aristei Goldman Law Firm, serving Roundup Non Hodgkins Lymphoma clients as well as the Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire Disaster Region communities in their respective law suits, providing legal and insurance support to the victims of these devastating fires. As a member of the California Guild and Sacramento Community Guild she advocates for organic food, banning toxic chemicals from our food supply and public places, water and soil, Small Farmers Rights, Seed Freedom and Seed Sovereignty. Kat has brought together lawyers, scientists, doctors, educators, activists, legislators and parents to successfully add glyphosate to the California Prop 65 Toxics List, (where it remains even after industry lawsuits attempted to remove it), and to support a CA Statewide Facilities Ban on Glyphosate. Kat worked on the CA Prop 37, 2012 GMO Labeling Initiative (from New York), and cofounded GMO Free NY, serving as Media and Education Outreach Director.
Community Resilience: Where Do We Go From Here?
KVMR Community Room 2:30-4:30pm
Nevada County Climate Action Now is a group of people dedicated to addressing global warming and it’s causes and effects through mindfulness, education, and action and to challenge the systems that are creating global climate change.
Aya Caspi is a CNVC Certified Trainer based in Oregon House, CA. She has dedicated herself to applying radical, uncompromising nonviolence in every small detail of life, starting with the ongoing laboratory of her family, including her three children. She continually grapples with the joys and challenges of being raised in Israel and finds deep meaning and hope in applying NVC to the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its effect on the regional community.