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Regeneration Revolution
Climate Action Series
Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 7:30 pm

Join Landmark and Transition Town Port Washington for a moderated discussion led by Hildur Palsdottir. Then join the conversation for an audience Q&A.

Our panelists:
Marisa DeDominicis
is the Executive Director and co-founder of Earth Matter NY Inc. where the mission is to reduce waste misdirected into the garbage stream by encouraging neighbor participation and leadership in composting. Marisa oversees the intensive on-farm composting training program that focuses on growing soil, education of volunteers and visitors, sale of herbs to island vendors, and donations of our fresh produce and eggs, to a local soup kitchen.

Wes Gillingham runs Wild Roots Farm, a 100-acre permaculture farm with his family. As Catskills Mountainkeeper's co-founder and Associate Director, Wes helps develop the strategic thrust of our programs and coordinates collaborative efforts working with regional, state, and national partners on Extreme Energy Extraction and fossil fuel infrastructure fights. From 1996 to 2007 Wes and his wife ran a 150-member Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) vegetable operation and during that time he also served on the Board of Directors for the Northeast Organic Farming Association of NY. Prior to farming, Wes served as an Acting Director of Field Programs for the National Audubon Society Expedition Institute, teaching graduate and undergraduate environmental education throughout North America and also worked as a Park Ranger for the National Park Service. Although graduating from the University of Maine his real education comes from his extensive experiences in rural and wilderness America. Growing up learning about the interaction of humans and natural world and leading educational trips throughout the U.S give him a real-world grounding that few people in today's society have.

Daniel Firth Griffith is an emergent conservationist, author, and regenerative farmer at Timshel Wildland, a 400-acre emergent and process-led landscape and farm in Central Virginia that supplies resilient wildlife habitat and regenerative wild foods to their community. Daniel is the co-founder, with his wife, of the Robinia Institute, a Savory Institute Hub that works to advocate, demonstrate, and educate the supreme abundance of holistic and emergent systems. He is the Community Director of the Common Wealth Network, Savory Institute Accredited Professional, and the author of a best-selling book on Regenerative Agriculture, Wild Like Flowers: The Restoration of Relationship Through Regeneration. Most importantly, Daniel is an unworthy father to Elowyn, Tecumseh, and Sequoia, and an undeserving husband to the most wonderful wife this world has to offer.


Dr. Hildur Palsdottir is a climate activist, community organizer, public speaker, and co-founder of ReWild Long Island. She is also president of the Board of Trustees at The Science Museum of Long Island and serves on the steering committee of Transition Town Port Washington. Hildur has a PhD in Biochemistry for research in Cellular Bioenergetics and worked as a Research Scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and NYU Medical School. In 2017, she co-founded Sol Center in Port Washington. Hildur guides nature-based mindfulness and meditations at The Mindful Connection of Long Island in Merrick.

Climate Action Series

This is the second in a planned five-part Conversations from Main Street Climate Action Series with the goal of introducing community-centered climate solutions while also promoting individual action. Small changes to our daily routines can have lasting and impact on our environment and future.Watch this space for more info & sign-up links for these programs.


Thursday, April 1 Break Free from Plastics!

Thursday, April 15 "Green" Legislation

Thursday, April 29 Envisioning 2030

View past events in the series on Landmark's Youtube Channel.

March 4: Karenna Gore: Climate Resilience Click Here to View


The Climate Action Series is presented in partnership with Transition Town Port Washington.SPONSOR LOGO

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