A Bioneers Resilient Communities Network Event
Wednesday, November 29 | Madison, WI | Register now!
Sustainability is about people. It’s about you. It’s about all of us -- together. To create a better future, we must honor the diverse experiences that make us human. But, at the same time, we must embrace the universal humanity that connects us all.
At Sustain Dane’s Badger Bioneers Conference, we will explore the idea of human(ity) -- the duality of celebrating our diversity while deepening our connection. Neighbors, students, educators, activists, professionals, and volunteers will unite for a full day. Together, we will build a movement for a happy, healthy future in our region and beyond.
You are invited to be a part of it all. Gain new skills through hands-on activities that will challenge you to think outside the box. Dive into new perspectives with engaging speakers. Build relationships across sectors and neighborhoods. Learn how we fit into the national picture through video keynote presentations. Celebrate local changemakers with the Badger Bioneer Awards. Surround yourself with people who, like you, care about our community, economy, and planet.
At Sustain Dane’s Badger Bioneers Conference, you can gain the skills, connections, and inspiration you need to make an impact. By exploring the kaleidoscope of our human(ity), we can find solutions -- together.
Join us for a transformative and uplifting day. All are welcome at Sustain Dane’s 9th annual Badger Bioneers Conference on Wednesday, November 29 at the Gordon Dining & Events Center on the UW campus. Register now!
Presented in partnership with UW Office of Sustainability
Badger Bioneers is a Bioneers Resilient Communities Network Event, one of the satellite conferences around the country that showcase videos and keynotes from the national Bioneers Conference. The national Bioneers organization is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides a forum and social hub for education about solutions presented through the annual Bioneers Conference in Marin County, CA. The conference draws over 12,000 participants and has featured keynote talks from Jane Goodall, Michael Pollan, Paul Hawken, and more.