What Is Rewilding? A Benefit For Rewild Portland

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Rewild Portland says
What is Rewilding?
(and how it creates hope and resilience)
An Earth Day Benefit for Rewild Portland with Lecture & Silent Auction
Friday, April 24th @ Multnomah Arts Center, 6pm-9:30pm, $10-? Sliding Scale

“What is Rewilding?” A Slideshow Presentation by Peter Michael Bauer

Rewilding has been all over the news lately. From reality shows following survivalist types, to web articles about obscure paleo diet remedies. But what is rewilding really? In this hour long presentation, long time catalyst of rewilding, Peter Michael Bauer, will break down the essentials of understanding rewilding, how it is beneficial, and show what people in Portland and around the country are doing to create cultures of rewilding.


Silent Auction
At the silent auction, you can engage in a bidding war for crazy cool stuff and fund another year of awesome programs for Rewild Portland. Items at the silent auction include things like; massages, artwork, gift cards, float tanks, wellness, movie passes, and much more!

Ancestral Skills Demos
Apart from the lecture and silent auction there will be ancestral skills demonstrations such as; basket weaving, stone tools, and felt-making. Check out the awesome skills that we teach in our classes.

About Rewild Portland
Rewild Portland is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Our mission is to create cultural and environmental resilience through the education of earth based arts, technology, and traditions. This mission comes to life in the form of educational workshops and programs, community-building events, and ecological restoration. We offer a range of programs from free monthly classes and community building events to children's summer camps to adult workshops. We are funded through fundraising events, individual donations, grants, and program fees. Because they are a non-profit they keep their program fees low and offer free classes once a month. [Learn More]
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By: Rewild Portland