Registration is now open for the 2013 Conference, October 25-27
Day, weekend and total immersion passes can now be purchased at our two retail outlets:
EarthTones Gifts, Gallery & Center for Healing
Conscious Living – Inspired by Nature
1319 Park Street, Paso Robles
(accepting charge/debit cards or checks)
Devoted to all things bamboo
1023 Broad Street, San Luis Obispo
(accepting checks only)
Central Coast Bioneers is the Bioneers Network Member for the San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County and Monterey County region.
We are committed to capturing the sense of excitement, hope, connection and inspiration that is so much a part of the Bioneers conference tradition. We invite you to be part of a weekend that will change your life.
The Bioneers Conference is a leading-edge forum where you can see tomorrow today: a future environment of hope. Social and scientific innovators focus on breakthrough solutions inspired by nature and human ingenuity. These visionaries are already creating the healthy, diverse, equitable and beautiful world we want to live in – our legacy for future generations and the web of life on which our lives depend. You can connect with hundreds or thousands of engaged folks making a real difference.
The Bioneers Network exemplifies the power of local communities to create innovative solutions for healing our world. It is with our neighbors that we can find answers to our community’s needs and truly put democracy into action. The Bioneers Network gives us a venue and empowers us to link arms with a global network of thought-leaders to make change.
Visit the Central Coast Bioneers Press Room
Central Coast Bioneers is proud to collaborate with the SLO International Film Festival to screen the new film Food Patriots at the Palm Theater, October 16 at 7:00. Joining us for Q&A and a discussion about what is happening in the local food movement are Jenna Smith, Executive Director of the Central Coast Ag Network, and Hunter Francis, Director of the Center for Sustainability in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences at Cal Poly. Tickets are $10, $8 for SLOIFF members and students, and can be purchased at the door or online at www.slofilmfest.org.