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The complete schedule of activities is below. After you purchased your ticket, you received an email from Sched.org with instructions on how to login to your personal scheduler (if you didn’t receive the email, please check your spam folder). 

Things to know:

- Simply click the star next to each class title to schedule activities. When the star turns black, you’re signed up for the class. To drop a class just click the star again.
- View your selected activities by hovering over the thumbnail image next to the word SCHEDULE and clicking "My Sched."
- The music & performances are listed below, but unlike yoga classes and other "Yoga Plus" activities, you don’t need to officially schedule your music & performance events to reserve a spot -- you can just show up. Of course, you’re welcome to schedule if you like -- that way, your friends will know what shows to meet you.
- As classes fill up, you’ll see an indicator of "almost full" and "full" appear next to the class name.
- Don’t forget to use the filters to the right to view the activities you’re most interested in.   

Class Levels Please only attend classes that are the right level for you. It’s better for you, your fellow yogis and the festival teachers.
(Click the links to see all classes of each type)
Basics: Perfect for beginners 
All Levels: Come one, come all. May have challenging moments, but Child’s Pose is always an option. 
Int/Adv:  A minimum of 2 years dedicated practice required. 
Teachers:  Teachers and teachers-in-training only, please. 

Have fun!

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Sunday, July 7 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Can We Feed the World?

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Limited Capacity seats available

This is hands down the most frequently asked question to Joel or anyone else who promotes localized, solar-driven, carbon-fertilized systems.  Even most foodies and environmentalists have a deep-seated assumption that were it not for the petroleum-based fertilizer boom–the green revolution–we could not feed ourselves.  Those massive Kansas wheat field and California almond groves, for most people, represent efficiency and abundance.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  Backyard gardens and multi-speciation are far more productive per acre.  Modern scientific aerobic composting was not invented until 1943–about the same time as chemical fertilizer became widely used.  In this performance, Joel will give you the tools to articulate a credible “feed the world” argument.


Sunday July 7, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The Speakeasy by Naropa