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Videos of recent Prairie Festival presentations can be found on this page, including 2018 Prairie Festival presentation videos.

And check out the Minute Earth video below.  The Land Institute has partnered as a sponsor with Minute Earth to explore ways to illustrate for a broad general audience some of the fundamental concepts, challenges and opportunities that inform our work.

 

 

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2018 Prairie Festival

The Land Institute’s Co-founder and President Emeritus Wes Jackson asks the question “Are We the Ones We Have Been Waiting For?”

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2018 Prairie Festival

The Berry Center’s Mary Berry and Sterling College president Matthew Derr have a panel discussion on “An Education for Homecoming, What Will it Take to Settle America?”

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2018 Prairie Festival

Presenting the Annual Strachan Donnelley Lecture on Conservation and Restoration at the 2018 Prairie Festival is Liz Carlisle, lecturer in the School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences at Stanford University, with her talk “What’s Beneath the Triple Bottom Line?”

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2018 Prairie Festival

Taylor Keen, a Creighton University professor, presents “Healing Mother Earth for the 7+ Generations to Come: MoNzho’ OujoN Pax’e KoNbtha (I Am Going to Make the Land Beautiful).”

 

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2018 Prairie Festival

The Land Institute’s Director of Ecosphere Studies, Aubrey Streit Krug, sits down for a conversation with Brooke Hecht, President of the Center for Humans & Nature.

 

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2018 Prairie Festival

Members of The Land Institute’s science team talk about their recent research findings.

 

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2018 Prairie Festival

Director of Ecosphere Studies Dr. Aubrey Streit gives an update on the past year.

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2018 Prairie Festival

Professor and Rural Sociologist Loka Ashwood presents “Land, Rights, and Justice: Why the Government is Losing the Trust of Rural America.”

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2018 Prairie Festival

Land Institute president Fred Iutzi closes out Prairie Festival 2018 with a talk on this year’s theme, “Economic Transformations for an Ecological Civilization.”

 

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2018 Prairie Festival

David Bollier, Director of the Reinventing the Commons Program at the Schumacher Center for a New Economics and co-founder of the Commons Strategies Group, an international advocacy project, speaks on “The Insurgent Power of the Commons in the War Against the Imagination.”

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2018 Prairie Festival

This year’s featured artist Claire Pentecost speaks on her exhibit.

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2018 Prairie Festival

Land Institute president Fred Iutzi and longtime Friend of The Land and Emeritus Board Member Terry Evans lead off Prairie Festival 2018 with “Prairie Roots and Human Roots Intertwined.”

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