Come gather and listen, we will have a grand old storytelling get together. Learn about the passions and pits of an inspired being! This will be a time for thinking and awakening for us all, so please come think tank with Nolan and the rest of the tribe! The discussion will range from symbiosis, the ecological functional matrix, science and religion, phyto/myco/bioremediation, modern primitivism, benefits of awareness, current research, and the future of bryophytes and lichens!
Nolan Hapeman is a student in Colorado who currently works on Botany/Ecology research, care gives for mentally/developmentally disabled adults, organically farms, works in organic chemistry labs, leads a fire tribe, teaches poi/flow classes to all ages, as well as volunteers for the BLM, DOW, USFS, and Coal Creek Watershed Coalition. Born in Southern IL, NOT Chicago, Nolan is a recognisable player in the midwest counter-culture. recently discovering that his role in this life is building bridges, he is doing just that. Bound and gagged in the education system of America, Nolan has attended 3 Universities including; Western State University of Colorado (CO), Murray State University (KY), and Humboldt State University (NorCal). With an interest in Botany (non-vasculars, ferns, fungi) and Cultural Anthropology, his studies and adventurous personality has led him into many different situations. many amazing and many devastating. Learning through it all that the universe is the instructor and you are learning every moment.