You’re Invited to the 2020 Rocky Mountain Natural Building Conference

2020 Natural Building ConferenceMy friend Timbo Scursso and I have been talking about the upcoming Natural Building Conference in Moab, Utah and I want to be sure you know about it. In fact, there’s a discount for early registration, so read on to learn more…

ANNOUNCEMENT:

The Natural Building Alliance presents the 2020 Rocky Mountain Natural Building Conference. This will be our first conference outside of Colorado. Come join us in Beautiful Moab, Utah, the home of Community Rebuilds and endless recreation opportunities. The event will be held at the Moab Arts and Recreation Center Thursday, March 26th through Saturday 28th.

The theme of the Natural Building Conference is “All Hands In”. This theme recognizes and celebrates the fact that everything that all of us are doing is important and awesome, and that we can work together to make it even more awesome.

Our Keynote Speaker for the event with be Chris Magwood of the Endeavour Centre, from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. He will be exploring if Natural Builders are Climate Heroes.

The natural building conference program will include podium presentations, breakout sessions, and roundtables, and will also feature a generous variety of outdoor, hands-on workshops, and jovial after-hours gatherings. And don’t forget… it’s Moab! We encourage everyone to arrive early or stay late and enjoy this amazing corner of Planet Earth.

Online registration for the conference is available at special Early Bird rates until January 15th. Space at the venue is limited, so sign up before it fills up! You can pay via your PayPal account, a credit card via “Stripe”, through the Natural Building Alliance website, or by mailing a good ol’ fashioned check. Tickets are also available through Eventbrite on our Natural Building Alliance Facebook page. If you’re an existing NBA member, please email us for a discount coupon code.

We can wait to see you there!

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